cyclic redundancy check DVD Shrink

  WallyD 11:39 19 Nov 2006

Using DVD Shrink and opening or analysing the DVD
It stops about the 95% region saying cyclic redunancy check.
I'm a Rookie at this but would appreciate a little gen
many thanks

  Stuartli 11:43 19 Nov 2006

There are excellent guides to using DVDShrink at:

click here

click here

  WallyD 11:46 19 Nov 2006

Thanks Stuatli
I did try a search before I started however thank you for these links

  Vangeliska 11:48 19 Nov 2006

It may be something as simple as a dirty disc. You could also use DVD Decrypter to create an ISO file which you can then use in DVD Shrink (Open File instead of Open Disc).

  kurtisnet 12:08 19 Nov 2006

You can use either Apollo DVD Copy or Win DVD Copy 4 (I prefer version 4 more than version 5) for discs with those errors. Win DVD will try to read the DVD no matter what its conditions are - it will not stop reading from the disc unless you tell it to cancel.

This feature is sometimes useful when copying not-so-dirty or not-so-damaged DVDs which Nero Recode or DVD Shrink will give up as soon as a read error was encountered. But trying to read damaged discs for a very long time MIGHT damage your DVD drive.

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