Sratched dvd movie copy software!

Amd / AMD
March 15, 2009 at 19:24:59
Specs: WINXP PRO, AMD ATHLON XP1800 & 1 GIG OF DDR RAM
Hi folks,
I got the scratched DVD movie that I can’t watch, so I downloaded the free trial version of software to copy it in my pc hard drive, but it was not copying totally to hard drive by popping up the message, “ too many scratch errors, use pro edition”.
But I am looking for freeware that can copy and recover the full DVD movie from the scratched disc to hard drive.
Do you guys know any free software that can help me to recover the movie from the scratched disc?

hi folks what is new!


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#1
March 16, 2009 at 10:06:37

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#2
March 17, 2009 at 13:42:52
Roadkills unstoppable copier

http://www.roadkil.net/listing.php?...

Cd Recovery toolbox

http://www.recoverytoolbox.com/cd.html

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#3
March 20, 2009 at 00:30:44
Unstopcp & Bad Cddvd reader software is not greatly active, anyway after finished to copy the scratched DVD movie by unstopcp, I can’t watch that movie, and whenever I try to open the play with file it shows caution sign.
And also I want the software that can recover the bad damaged dvd movie file from the damaged dvd disc!
Thanks!

hi folks what is new!


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#4
March 22, 2009 at 15:46:38
"And also I want the software that can recover the bad damaged dvd movie file from the damaged dvd disc!"
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So in other words you're asking for a blind man to be able to read a regular book.

Look... if the disk is physically damaged to the point where the laser can't read the info on the disk, then the best you're going to get is the info that the laser CAN read.

This being the case, you will NOT get a complete disk. It is up to you to take what information that can be recovered and REBUILD a new disk.


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#5
March 22, 2009 at 17:57:19
But the disc is not physically damaged, it just got the scratched situation.And the recovering software only provides to skipping out the damage file.
hi folks is it really hard to recover the damage file from scratched optical disc!

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#6
March 23, 2009 at 03:07:38
A scratch IS physical damage. If you can see it, feel it, touch it...etc then it is physical.

Yes... the recover SKIPS what it can not read and therefore you end up with an incomplete disk.

Things like cassette tape can have lost information but still play. DVD's are not like that. If some of the information is missing then more often than not it effects the playback of the ENTIRE disk.

A cassette tape blindly gets pulled over the heads reading information that is there. If there is none then the tape continues to get pulled until information is found.

DVD players on the other hand LOOK AHEAD for certain pieces of info. If that info is not there then the dvd player doesn't know what to do next.


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