clonedvd2 data error cyclic redundancy check
create the DVD files for copy: E:/VIDEO_TS/VTS_06_1.VOB: read error Data error (cyclic redundancy check). If reading the media has failed, please clean the surface and
Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check Dvdtry again. (File 1 E:/VIDEO_TS/VTS_06_1.VOB 23 PictureReader) The details section of the data error cyclic redundancy check utorrent error says: "File 1 E:/VIDEO_TS/VTS_06_1.VOB 1117 TCSectorReader" The DVD reads fine on my DVD player. What's going on?
Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check When Installing A GameI just finished writing a different movie. Could it just be the DVD? punkyfriend, Nov 9, 2007 #1 Blazkowicz Well-Known Member I hope your AnyDVD is version 22.214.171.124 beta. data error cyclic redundancy check external hard drive seagate If not please upgrade, check anydvd forum for changelog and download. It would be also good if you would tell us which movie do you try to copy. Last edited: Nov 10, 2007 Blazkowicz, Nov 9, 2007 #2 bilbo65 Well-Known Member Upgrading to AnyDVD 126.96.36.199 beta would probably do nothing for this particular error. The changes in the betas since data error cyclic redundancy check raw the official release, Ver 188.8.131.52, were mostly for BD and HD discs. This is, in my opinion, a bad disc. bilbo65, Nov 10, 2007 #3 Blazkowicz Well-Known Member I recommend latest beta as he hasn't stated which version is he using. This could be a bad disc, or an updated copy protection. Blazkowicz, Nov 10, 2007 #4 bilbo65 Well-Known Member Betas are not Official releases for a reason. The beta release will do nothing, IMO, for him that the olatest official release won't do. Unless he is trying to rip a BD or HD disc. bilbo65, Nov 10, 2007 #5 DrinkLyeAndDie Moderator (en) Check the disc with Nero CD-DVD Speed. If there are read errors then the problem is likely a bad disc but given that we have no real information I can only speculate. If the disc is bad return it for a replacement. DrinkLyeAndDie, Nov 10, 2007 #6 Webslinger Retired Moderator punkyfriend said: ↑ The details section of the error says: "File 1 E:/VIDEO_TS/VTS_06_1.VOB 1117 TCSectorReader"Click to expand... from Frequently Asked Questions (READ BEFORE YO
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file to her desktop, she would get the same error, informing herthe file could not be copied due to some type of corruption. She wanted to know if I could possibly help. I opened the cd in my own cd-rom drive and tried copying the file she was having a problem with and I realized it couldn't be copied on my system either. Therefore, in all likelihood, itwas the cd itself that was problematic, not the system, player or other hardware. The error received when trying to copy the file was a cyclic redundancycheck (CRC) error. In fact, this is the most common error encountered with cd/dvd access or copying problems and I knew that such a problem was often caused by a dirty or scratched disc, so I examined the surface of the cd and just as I suspected, it was marked. It had a distinct smudgeprinton it. I cleaned the whole cd and after doing so, voila! ,I was able to copy the needed file from the cd to my hard drive.I informed her that the problem was fixed and when I told her it was just a matter of cleaning the disc, she was surprised that the solutionwas so simple and never thought such a confoundingproblem could be caused by a less than pristine condition cd. The fact is that cds and dvds can be very finicky. Just one speck of dirt or a hairline scratch can cause problems in accessing your data or the disc itself. These marks can make it difficult for the drive's laser beam to properly read the disc. Fortunately, dirty discs can be cleaned. Scratches can be more problematic, though, in many cases they can be repaired. With scratches, the severity of the problemdepends muchon the type and location of the scratch.Scratches that run across the disc or along the track, as opposed to those that run in a straight line from rim to center, can be the most difficult to repair. These type of problems are unique to cd and dvd media because the surfaces of the discs are bare and exposed, offering no protection against dust, finger prints,smudge, dirt and scratches. An exception is most dvd-ram discs which are encased in protective cartridges. Hard drives are enclosed in a tough metal shell and even cheap floppy discs are protected with a plastic cartridge. It should be stated that most scratches and marks do not usually affect playing a cd or dvd butwhen a problem accessing a cd or