I tried to make a backup of DVD to DVD for a music DVD I just bought and keep getting the error message below. I have AnyDVD loaded and using DVDDecrypter. Please review and advise on what I am doing wrong. Thanks.
Interpretation: Check Condition
CDB: 28 00 00 3D 8C D0 00 00 01 00
Interpretation: Read (10) - Sector: 4033744
Sense Area: F0 00 03 00 3D 8C D0 0E 00 00 00 00 11 05 00 00 00 00 76 0B 00 00
Interpretation: L-EC Uncorrectable Error
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Thanks, I guess I'm behind time. Haven't ripped in awhile and I didn't know. Thanks.
I had exactly the same problem of L-EC error on 2 different copies of the same DVD. It seems that bad sectors are intentionally added to file VTS_01_1.VOB. In DVD Decrypter, in the menu: tools/settings, I checked Ignore Read Errors, set retries to 0. Then I got a perfect copy.
I've upgraded to DVDFab, as suggested, but thought someone could use this tip.
Originally Posted by jdwroten
1) We're not real happy with people who dig up old threads and add to them unless what the add is something along the lines of an answer to an unanswered question. Of course when you only post 2 times in over 1.5 years of being a member here, I guess it's pretty safe to assume that you haven't exactly been keeping up with how the forums are run around here.
2) Those of us who are more experienced have long since known this and honestly , your post isn't going to make any difference because we'll still have newbies ask why DVD Decrypter doesn't work for them in the future.
Originally Posted by jman98
Originally Posted by budz
At the risk of sounding like a stuck LP, I'm going to have to disagree with you a bit here. In my regular usage of it, I'm still pretty much looking for examples that truly flummox RI4M, which is DVDD bolstered by the Protected Sectors List tricks of that great script by the "Mad Monk" -- a major reason why RI4M was hounded out of existence. The closest I've come are a couple of titles that were backed up in a slightly off-kilter state (navigation stuff, mainly) but which were still quite playable, although I had to get a tad creative with the player remote. (And, for the record, I've seen then-current Fab Decrypter slip up a few times, in similar fashion.)
Partial disclaimer: I deal with a lot of titles that are two years old or more, which would not have the latest and greatest in ARCOS-type tomfoolery on them. So much of the time, when I see one of the "Can't Back This Up" posts here, the title turns out to be very recent, very high profile CRAP. Michael Bay movies, and the like. If they didn't buy (or borrow it), they could help avoid brain-rot, and never have this problem.
You do realize that the post by Budz you are talking about, is over a YEAR OLD!!!
Originally Posted by Seeker47
Originally Posted by Noahtuck
Originally Posted by Seeker47
I use DVD Fab and VTSfix all the time now.
I remember when Fab came out...Damn thing was brutel, it's better now, but I got used to running everything through VTSFix, I just do it by habit now.
If I wasn't a cheapskate, I would have bought anydvd a long time agotgpo famous MAC commercial, You be the judge?
Originally Posted by jagabo