data error (cyclic redundancy check) DVD copy

November 21, 2009 at 15:55:51
Specs: Windows 7, P4 1.5/256MB
So I bought 2 DVDs recently, G.I. Joe and The Goods, both new movies. I'm trying to make a backup ISO image on my computer just in case anything happens to them. I use DVD Shrink to copy my DVDs into an ISO image. Except I keep getting this error message "data error (cyclic redundancy check)" I did research online and I found that what this means is that basically there's something wrong with the DVD, either scratched or whatever. But it plays fine in my DVD player on my TV, no signs of errors or anything, the discs are clean, brand new clean, no marks or anything. The DVDs even play in my computer on PowerDVD but yet I still can't make a copy. I tried using DVD Decrypter also to try and copy but to no luck. So my question is, is there any software out there that will bypass this error or some kind of update I can install? Or is it possible that they have started to put some kind of block on copying DVDs? Any help is greatly appreciated thank you.

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November 22, 2009 at 01:25:11
"Or is it possible that they have started to put some kind of block on copying DVDs?"

Not started, DVD's have always have copy protection.

Not sure if it allowed to mention software to break protection.

http://www.dvdfab.com/free.htm

UK MP's are thieving scumbags.
EU members are worse.


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