I have lost my utilities CD and not sure how to copy the data I have on my DVD. Can you let me know how I need to copy the data on to my Laptop and also where can I get the utilities software on the net.
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Which website are you getting your drivers from? Gigabyte has the drivers for that chipset. Are you using a DVD copy program to bring your files to the disk? Do you have enough Disk Space to copy them on to your Hard Disk in a folder you create? This is sometimes the best way to retrieve your files and put them on a DVD.
What are you trying to copy? Data? Music? Movie clips? The only thing I can think of is to make sure that what you're trying to copy isn't bigger than what the DVD can hold. That will definitely cause the problem you are describing.
If that's not the case, make sure you do in fact have a DVD in there instead of a CD. Also, make sure your program is set up to copy to DVD instead of CD. You might have hit an arrow and inadvertently set it to CD.
You might also want to try reading a DVD. Do you have any problems reading one?
Make sure also that there are no fingerprints on the disk you're copying to, and try it with three or four different disks.
Or try disconnecting your modem, then turning off your virus checker, and copying it again to see if the virus program is blocking something.
In simple terms, a CRC is bit of mathematics used to ensure that your data is OK when being transfered. It's a checking procedure that quickly identifies when data has been damaged. If you get this message, it means that the file being read by your PC or software is corrupted. However, it does not mean all the data is lost forever. When data is transfered, it is usually in small blocks and each block is given a CRC value. If something goes wrong with the data between the time it leaves the source and arrives at its destination, the CRC sent at the source will no longer match the one that is calculated when the data arrives - this is when the cyclic redundancy check error will appear,
All of the above is true, didnt write it myself copied it from a good friends post. It is probably the data itself that is corrupted. Doesnt mean the data is gone. Try running a disk defrag, if that doesnt work try copying it to a cd/dvd and see if you get the same error. If you dont, flash your bios. This should explain your problem, if it doesnt follow up with me, email address is kustom42 at gmail.com.
Backup all your data, copying data in My Documents, Desktop, copying favourites and eventually Outlook data.
Copy the data on an external hard disk.
When everything has been saved do a Complete Recovery using the Sony Recovery CD.
The computer will go back to factory settings, in the same state as it was when you purchased it.
That is the easiest way to proceed when you get multiple system problems of this kind.
I believe that when copying cds etc you should not have any other programs running as to do so can effect the burning program the reverse may be true the burning program interferes with your sound program
First off, for your information your Roxio is OLD, they now have Roxio 9.
But that will not solve your problem. Can you open the CD and copy and paste anything? Or is the CD "Read Only"? If read only, it is because when you "Finalized" the CD you optioned the "Write Protect" making writing to the disk impossible. This protects the disk from erasure too.
You will need to use another disk.
Otherwise you can just use the same method you used before to write to the disk, or Copy and Paste, or Drag and Drop.
The Write Protect is specific to the program you are running. However, Roxio 7 and 9 program I have used ask, "Do you want to be able to write to this disk again?" or words to that effect. All you need to do is just put a check in the box (or not, if you want to write to disk again). This happens when you are ready to remove the CD or DVD from the drive. Then the program runs a "Finalizing" program before the disk automatically ejects.