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I/O Error; Fails to read Original DVD's

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Hi,

 

When i try to burn a dvd (any original) ImgBurn completes around 1000 sectors before it comes up with

 

I/O Error!

 

Device: [1:1:0] LITE-ON DVDRW SOHW-16135 AS04 (F:) (ATAPI)

 

ScsiStatus: 0x02

Interpretation: Check Condition

 

CDB: 28 00 00 00 03 DC 00 00 01 00

Interpretation: Read (10) - Sector: 988

 

Sense Area: 70 00 05 00 00 00 00 0A 00 00 00 00 6F 03 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

Interpretation: Read of Scrambled Sector Without Authentication

 

I'm using Windows XP SP2.

 

It burns (reads/writes) burnt DVD's and DVD decryptor (3.5.4.0) will read/write the ones that ImgBurn won't.

 

Sorry if it's something obvious.

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ImgBurn doesn't read protected discs, such as commercial movie DVDs.

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ImgBurn doesn't read protected discs, such as commercial movie DVDs.

 

hmmmmmmm...what does? Has sony beat it? I buy all my movies, but what If you wanted to make a backup, if say your orig. got damaged. :whistling:

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you'd have to search on the net for the answer im afraid.

we cant/wont/dont discuss circumventing copy protection in here. The board is run from a country where its illegel to copy these type of discs( even as a back up) even if you own the original shop bought one

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Failing that just shoplift a backup copy :lookaround:

 

:pirate::innocent::thumbup:

 

Ah, Okay. That solves that problem then. :|

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ImgBurn doesn't read protected discs, such as commercial movie DVDs.

Why is that a copyright problem. I have it with other DVDs I try to READ/Copy. It only started when I bought a new Sony DVD drive. I get it with DVDs I burned from home Camcorder . Are you sure it is a copyright thing??

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It only started when I bought a new Sony DVD drive. I get it with DVDs I burned from home Camcorder . Are you sure it is a copyright thing??

 

home made video burned onto disc wouldnt be copy protected ( i would of thought) so maybe this points at your drives ability to read . what OS are you using ? vista ?

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