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Unable to copy files from cd

I am running windows xp. whenever i try to copy files from cd it shows data error:cylic redundancy check. what's the error? how to fix it??

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Go to this site it will explain exactly what it means.
http://www.softwarepatch.com/tips/cyclic-redundancy.html

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Hi,
Please check with the another disk if the same issue is coming with different disks this is a ODD issue otherwise the disk is faulty as cyclic redundancy means the data could not red from the sector of the disk.
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