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  1. Member
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    hi
    i have a dvd with bad sector
    i tried to rip it , or copy it with 3 different dvd writers
    liteon / toshiba / ( 3rd one i dont know wat it is, my work Pc )

    tried nero 10 multimedia / any dvd clone / iso buster/ magic iso

    when ever it reaches 75% , it stops

    what can i do??
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  2. I'm assuming you ripped the bad DVD to your hard drive (with DVDDecrypter) then just import your ripped files into NeroVisionExpress and cut out the parts that are no good.
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    no i did not
    i couldnt not take an image for the dvd
    or rip it

    is there in way while ripping to skip this sector or ingore it??
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    Try ISOpuzzle, and let it run as long as it needs to
    Read my blog here.
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    If the disc is damaged you can only use "skip error" in read mode ... what ever was at those bad sectors is ignored because it's unrecoverable.

    No program will help in this case.
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  6. Using DVDdecrypter, go in the settings on the I/O tab check "ignore read errors" and reduce the number of software read error retries to speed things up. Rip in file mode; everything that is ignored is lost.

    Start NeroVisionExpress and choose to make a DVD disc, import the VOBs; better do them one at a time. Edit the movie and trim out the bad stuff. Then decide if you want a menu or just play the movie and burn a new DVD with NVE. Remember to save often as you work, NVE can be flacky.
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