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ProductsHomearound the homeproductivityHow to Copy DVDs With Read ErrorsHow to Copy DVDs With Read ErrorsBy Alexis LawrenceIf you want to make copies of your favorite DVDs in case something happens to the original discs, you can do so by copying the DVD files onto your computer and then burning them to a DVD-R. If the DVDs that you how to copy scratched dvd want to copy are already damaged, however, you may get a read error when copy protection error the read failed because the sector is encrypted you insert the disc into the computer. This doesn't mean that you can't copy the disc. A few DVD-copying programs have how to fix error 0x80030309 advanced technology that can read DVD discs that have errors on them, but only one of those copying-programs is available for free.Things You'll NeedDVDDVD-RStep 1Download DVD Decrypter (see Resources). The standard DVD-ripping software includes a roadkil's unstoppable copier feature for copying DVDs with read errors. Once the program is downloaded to your computer, go to the folder that contains the download and double-click the set-up icon to launch the installation.Step 2Open DVD Decrypter on your computer. To access Decrypter, go to "Start>All Programs," click the "DVD Decrypter" folder and then click on the program name.Step 3Go to the "Tools" menu and choose "Settings." Click on the "Device"
Copy It Anywaytab to display the "Device" options. Check the box next to "Set Hardware Read Error Retries," use the pull-down menu to set the number of retries to "20," and click "OK."Step 4Insert the DVD disc with read errors into the DVD drive of the computer. Go to the "Mode" menu in DVD Decrypter and choose "ISO>Read." Press the "Decrypt" button and DVD Decrypter attempts to rip the entire disc 20 times before declaring the disc unreadable.Step 5Return to the "Tools" menu and "Settings" if DVD Decrypter fails to read the DVD. Click the "I/O" tab. Check the box by "Ignore Read Errors" and click "OK."Step 6Press the "Decrypt" button on the main page of DVD Decrypter again. DVD Decrypter rips the ISO image file from the DVD, leaving out the sectors of the disc that are too damaged to be read. Sometimes, the damaged sectors are inconsequential bits of information that do not affect the main video files on the disc.Step 7Take the DVD disc out of the DVD drive when DVD Decrypter shows that the disc is done copying. Place a blank DVD-R into the drive.Step 8Switch to the ISO-writing mode in DVD Decrypter by going to "Mode>ISO>Read." Click the folder by "Source" and choose
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Cd Recovery ToolboxRead Errors? My DVD Decrypter can't copy a DVD I've got because too many read errors - even iso puzzle though I set it to ignore, it still flogs away for six hours without noticably getting anywhere. So I got DVDFabHD - and it was even worse! 0x80030309: copy protection error It wouldn't even complete that initial read in but instead put up a message about read errors and using some 'path' thing. I said okay to that and it almost immediately threw up a screen about not finding the dvd information and asking me to https://www.techwalla.com/articles/how-to-copy-dvds-with-read-errors email information so's they could make dvdfab better. Info about that failure I guess. I filled in the info and clicked 'send' and then got an error message: 'no destination'! So that was the end of that. I tried to use dvdfabhd on 'main movie' copy, which is all I need (it's just a kid's movie) but though it responds to that menu choice click it then just hangs there doing nothing with a message asking me to put a disk in the drive. A moment ago it had a http://club.myce.com/f116/how-copy-when-read-errors-231163/ disk and got read errors - as I said - now it reckons it hasn't got disk. I put DVD Decrypt up again and it finds the disk after a short delay. So neither of those progs seems to be able to do what I want - copy this movie, or at least copy some of it, it's in about three or four little 'episodes' or whatever you'd call 'em and the children would be happy if I could keep at least some. I mean right now off this old disk they see everything but I'm expecting it to further deteriorate (due to the kids mishandling) pretty swiftly and I'm trying to make backups so's I don't have to keep buying new ones. Which ain't easy to find, anyway. Any clues as to what I could perhaps use? Are DVD Decrypt and DVD Fab the same company? Same programmers? regards, ab 03-11-2007 #2 troy512 Wii Freak Join Date: Mar 2007 Posts: 4,270 Re: How To Copy When Read Errors? dvdfab and dvd decrypter are not related. if your disc is scratched, sorry. some members advise to use programs like iso puzzle but i dont really know anything about it. do some searching or maybe someone will post some advice. troy 03-11-2007 #3 SWB048 MyCE Member Join Date: Sep 2007 Posts: 111 Re: How To Copy When Read Errors? Here is a link to ISO Puzzle, Have used it many times, but if your disc is badly scratched ISO Puzzle may not do the job either. It trys to get as much
optical disc, retrying until they recover every possible file. The leading tool is probably Isobuster, but there are dozens of candidates http://hyperlogos.org/page/Recovering-damaged-CDs-or-DVDs-Linux for the title. There are few automated (or even user-friendly) data recovery tools on Linux or UNIX(tm) platforms, but common tools which are often even included with the core system http://www.magicdvdripper.com/dvd-copier-faq.htm or which are installable through the official package system are often sufficient for performing this critical task. One particularly frustrating way to lose data is by burning it to how to an optical disc and storing it. One often attempts to preserve data this way, only to have cheap media or a cheap storage container (especially binders) destroy the disc beyond repair. Sometimes, however, the data around the error (or at least up to it, which is sometimes still better than nothing) may still be readable if you use a tool copy protection error more complicated than the 'cp' command (or selecting and dragging files in the file manager of your choice.) Copying an entire disc One excellent starting point is to use GNU dd (from GNU coreutils) or other, similarly capable implementations to recover the data on a damaged optical disc (though perhaps not one so damaged as the one on the right.) A handful of the available options are especially helpful. Here's a possibly excessive example command line for copying a whole disc: dd if=/dev/sr0 of=image.iso bs=2048 conv=noerror,notrunc iflag=nonblock dd is an exceptionally useful utility. The GNU dd manpage says of dd that it will "Copy a file, converting and formatting according to the operands." We don't do any conversion, but we do specify some options as to how to go about reading the data: From my first cd-rom drive (if=/dev/sr0) I read to an appropriately named ISO file (of=image.iso). I specify a block size (bs=2048 means 2048 bytes, or 2 KiB) and some options (conv=noerror,notrunc): noerror causes dd to continue after a read error, and notrunc will avoid a
is my registration code invalid? I lost my registration code. What can I do? How can I upgrade my software? How to burn a DVD from hard drive to blank DVD? How to make multiple copies of a DVD without reduplicate reading? How to add a password to the copied DVD? How to configure the settings of Magic DVD Copier? I got a read error message, what can I do? I got "Error occurs when recording" message. What can I do? There was not any error, but the copied DVD can't be played well on my DVD player. What can I do? Any quick Look Videos? I have more questions, what should I do? Answers: Q: Why is my registration code invalid?A: First, please ensure you have installed Magic DVD Copier but not our another product Magic DVD Ripper.Secondly, you have to enter your user name and registration code exactly as what you got. I strongly recommend you copy/paste(Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V) them. Q: I lost my registration code. What can I do?A: Feel free to contact us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you've changed your email address, please tell us your email address you used when you purchased. Q: How can I upgrade my software?A: You can download the latest version from the download page. And then you can simply update it by installing the latest version over the older one. Please close the old version when installing. And doing this will retain your registration information and configuration. Q: How to burn a DVD from hard drive to blank DVD?A: Please click Browser button beside “Source:” box to choose the "VIDEO_TS" folder of the DVD on your hard drive. And then insert a blank DVD to burn. Please note: the "VIDEO_TS" folder on hard drive must include whole DVD-Video files. Q: How to make multiple copies of a DVD without reduplicate reading?A: First, please click the button on the top and right of the main window. Then click "Config...". The configuration window will popup. Please check the option "Prompt if burning multiple copies" in the Burning page. Then click OK. Then please copy your DVD. After the first copy is completed, our program will prompt you if you want to make another copy. Please insert a new blank disc and choose Yes. Q: How to add a password to the copied DVD?A: Please click the button on the top and right of the main window. Then click "Config...". The co