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  • GRACIE5 Apr 18, 2008

    Thanks for the response. I downloaded DVD Decrypter. I just tried again to copy a disc I previously tried to copy. It copied up to 83% and then hung up. There are no apparentl scratches on the souce disc. These are the codes I got. I don;t know what all of this means. I have highlighted possible issues. Any suggestions?

    I 14:26:55 DVD Decrypter Version started!

    I 14:26:55 Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2)

    I 14:26:55 Initialising SPTI...

    I 14:26:55 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

    I 14:26:55 Found 1 DVD-ROM/CD-RW and 1 DVD-RAM/±RW!

    W 14:26:57 Possible Structure Protection Found!

    W 14:26:57 4 areas have been marked as 'suspect'.

    W 14:26:57 Dummy sectors will be inserted where necessary.

    I 14:29:45 Operation Started!

    I 14:29:45 Source Device: [0:0:0] SONY CD-RW CRX320EE RYK4 (D:) (ATA)

    I 14:29:45 Source Media Type: DVD-ROM

    I 14:29:45 Source Media Region Code: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

    I 14:29:45 Source Media Copyright Protection System Type: None

    I 14:29:45 Source Media Implementation Identifier: DVD Video

    I 14:29:45 Destination Folder: C:\Documents and Settings\Jeanne Cramer\My Documents\My DVDs\DVD BACKUP WORK--EMPTY EACH TIME\VIDEO_TS\

    I 14:29:45 File Splitting: By File

    I 14:29:45 Remove Structure Protection: Yes

    I 14:29:45 Bad Sector Removal Method: Aggressive

    I 14:29:45 Detect Mastering Errors: No [WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?]

    I 14:29:45 Multi Angle Processing: No

    I 14:29:45 Remove Macrovision Protection: Yes

    I 14:29:45 Stream Processing: No

    I 14:29:45 Copying VIDEO_TS.IFO... (LBA: 7168 - 7173) - KEY: N/A

    I 14:29:47 Copying VIDEO_TS.VOB... (LBA: 8192 - 8431) - KEY: N/A

    I 14:29:47 Copying VIDEO_TS.BUP... (LBA: 14848 - 14853) - KEY: N/A

    I 14:29:47 Copying VTS_01_0.IFO... (LBA: 15360 - 15401) - KEY: N/A

    I 14:29:48 Copying VTS_01_1.VOB... (LBA: 16384 - 462079) - KEY: N/A

    I 14:32:30 Copying VTS_01_2.VOB... (LBA: 462080 - 907775) - KEY: N/A

    I 14:34:33 Copying VTS_01_3.VOB... (LBA: 907776 - 1353471) - KEY: N/A

    W 14:34:55 Inserting Dummy Sectors... (LBA: 997064 - 999583)

    I 14:34:56 Extracting Sectors...

    W 14:34:56 Inserting Dummy Sectors... (LBA: 1001264 - 1002095)

    I 14:34:56 Extracting Sectors...

    I 14:36:17 Copying VTS_01_4.VOB... (LBA: 1353472 - 1799167) - KEY: N/A

    I 14:37:50 Copying VTS_01_5.VOB... (LBA: 1799168 - 2244895) - KEY: N/A

    W 14:39:18 Failed to read Sector 1869901 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:40:28 Failed to read Sector 1869902 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:41:40 Failed to read Sector 1869903 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:42:51 Failed to read Sector 1869904 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:44:02 Failed to read Sector 1869905 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:45:14 Failed to read Sector 1869906 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:46:26 Failed to read Sector 1869907 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:47:40 Failed to read Sector 1869908 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:48:54 Failed to read Sector 1869909 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:50:05 Failed to read Sector 1869910 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:51:18 Failed to read Sector 1869911 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:52:34 Failed to read Sector 1869912 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:53:50 Failed to read Sector 1869913 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:55:05 Failed to read Sector 1869914 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:56:21 Failed to read Sector 1869915 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    W 14:57:35 Failed to read Sector 1869916 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    I 14:58:20 Abort Request Acknowledged

    E 14:58:22 Failed to read Sector 1869917 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error

    E 14:58:23 Failed to copy VTS_01_5.VOB!

    E 14:58:35 Operation Aborted! - Duration: 00:28:46

    E 14:58:35 Average Read Rate: 2,148 KB/s (1.6x) - Maximum Read Rate: 10,709 KB/s (7.7x)

  • GRACIE5 May 14, 2008

    Thanks for our response. I did try DivX, but not sure which other ones I can trust off of the Internet for free. At least this one I can save to hardrive to test it to find out what is wrong. I am getting "reading errors." Still don't know what is causing these glitches, unless they are from my DVD recorder (which may be wearing out)--or, someone suggested that the companies are putting in protections so you can't copy them. But I would think this would happen from the beginning of a disc. [the originals are DVD's recorded off satellitte dish onto DVD recorder; then I copy them on the computer (for back ups in case they get stratched or for travel].

    Can anyone tell me what .dll at the end of a file (error code) stands for? Thanks

  • GRACIE5 Mar 12, 2009


    Thanks for the response. I will checkout this website an try some things when I have more time. I have done registry cleaners before, but I don't clean them all out because I don't know how to differenietiate what I need for other programs and what I do not. How do you tell which ones are safe to remove? It is hard to tell by the names. And, it says that if you remove somethign that is necessary that it might corrupt that file, even if you restore.

    Someone tolf me that maybe movie companies are putting protection even on RV or satelite. I dont know if this is true. I just want to record off of the TV and make a backup as they are sensitive for scratches. I was able to copy the Golden Globe Awards recently, but not the Inauguration. So, it must be something else.

    Somebody told me to try ANYDVD program to copy DVD's. I might try that also.

    thanks for the input


  • GRACIE5 Mar 14, 2009


    Thanks for the input. I checked back and I had installed SP3 9-19-07. I don;t remember now when I got those codes (maybe when I was trying to copy a disk using DVD decrypter program. I will have to see if those codes are still recorded somewhere in that program and when it happened. I don;t know why it was pulling up SP2 at that time. It appears that I started having the issues about Dec 30, 2007 when I noticed that the CD Rom/CD/DVD player would not recognize discs. That is when I replaced that drive to a CDRom/CD-DVD burner. Later replaced the other drive to another CD/DVD Burner. I see on another thread that other people had this problem too after installing SP3. I am not sure if I did any copying between the time I installed SP3 and started having the problem.

    However that string becomes quite technical (beyond my expertise) and I don't want to get further into a hole that I can't get out of. It is many pages. Mayeb one day when I have more time I will try to get to the bottom of it.

    On another note--I did install a fix for Px Engine, (as the main errors are similar or the same as these, when trying to copy in Record Now (Roxio, formerly Sonic). So I thought maybe the "px" meant it had something to do with that:


    but it didn't make any difference.

    So, the mystery continues.



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Dll error = Dynamic-Link Library error

"A DLL is a component of an application or software program, which usually contains a part of the application's instructions or some data required by the application."

these things happen to me all the time when i am copying cd/dvd.

I FEEL YOUR PAIN>!!!! i cant tell you how many times ive had a dvd burning, and come back to find it messed up at 80% done.

I felt helpless and didnt wanna waste time with it anymore. its less of a headache to just but the damn movie!

my buddy sent me this link to help fix the prob. it made a huge diff and i havent been having these time and disc wasting problems

you should scan you drivers to make sure they are all in place. this should help

let me know if this does the trick, glad to help BMc

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Gracie5, What I would do is find another application program to run on your DVD drive. There are alot of freeware products on the net. Your may be out dated for the current disks you are trying to make.I don't think all those disk companies can be making that many bad disk. Remember to always update!

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  • Allen Gifstad Mar 12, 2009

    GRACIE5, Ther errors that I see are a sp2 error. Load service pack 3 on your system and then look for updates to down load. Watch for any dvd burner applications to download. Make sure all the syntax codes are all checked and then restart your machine and then try again.


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