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DVD-RAM Cyclic redundancy Check

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by plusman, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. plusman

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    I have created a DVD-RAM file (from Sky+) on a Panasonic DMRE50 DVD recorder. I am trying to copy the data from this file to my PC using a LG GSA-4040B multiwriter (that can read/write DVD-RAM). In Explorer I can see the file on the DVD-RAM, but when I try and copy it I get the following error "Data Error - Cyclic Redundancy Check", and the copying stops. The file I am trying to copy is ca. 4 Gb in size.

    Can anybody suggest how I can overcome this problem?
     
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    Sounds like dodgy media. What brand is it? Does it play ok on the E50? I've never had any problems copying MediR (cheap) or Panasonic ram on my Panny burner.
     
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    Are you using FAT32 rather than NTFS file system? I am thinking of the file size limit of the FAT32.

    I have the same drive and it works fine.
     
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    I'm using the Panasonic supplied DVD-RAM disc, so I'd have thought it was OK.
    My HDD is set to NTSC and there is loads of space on it (ca. 80Gb free).
     
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    last message should read NTFS not NTSC. Doh!!!!
     
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    Are you using TMPGEnc DVD Author?

    The software can also extract the programmes using a copy to HD option and will make mpegs on the computer from the RAM.

    DVD Lab will also read the VRO off the disc.
     

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