I had already recoded video and still images on the disc, and this morning when I went to take a still picture of my daughter I got an error message (wow what a surprise). I turned the camera off, turned it back on, and ever since it says the error C:13:00. This disc has already been used so I know it is the correct disc, and when I put a new disc in the camera it works fine. I tried loading the disc onto the computer and it doesn't recognize the disc.
Is there any way for me to get the data off of this disc now, or is it lost forever? We have some good video and stills of our infant daughter and it would really be a shame if those moments have disappeared. Please help me!
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does CRC(Cyclic Redundancy Check “error”) mean? There are
plenty of technical resources on the Web that discuss cyclic redundancy checks
(CRCs). Most times you won't need to worry about this technobabble. That is,
until one it day it suddenly appears and you think - what the hell does that
mean? 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. The most
common time you will see the cyclic redundancy check error message is when
trying to read data from a damaged CD or DVD. Just before it appears, your
CD/DVD drive will probably grind and whirl away - your PC may also become a
Less frequent causes are the
result of system crashes, and buggy software (hello Microsoft), incomplete
downloads (often identified by the misleading message 'This is not a valid
Windows file', 'This is not a valid win32 application' or 'Corrupt Zip file').
If this problem happens frequently with downloads, try using a download
For CDs and DVDs, the problem is
a little different. Normally, when CD/DVD drives get a CRC message from a disc,
they try to read the disc again - hence the grinding sound. After several
failed attempts, they give up and display the redundancy check error. The
problem can be hardware (loose cables, failing drive), software or damaged
media. In most cases checking and cleaning the disc is the easiest way to
overcome the problem. If different clean discs produce the same error, it is
likely to be a hardware issue (check the discs in another drive). Another
common cause of these errors is poorly burnt CDs and DVDs - especially those
that had numerous or severe buffer underuns. USB burners suffer from this problem
when the burn speed is too high (generally above 4X-8X)
If the discs are damaged, you'll
probably need a recovery tool to get back your data. CDCheck 3
will work for CDs and DVDs. First it will check the media, and then you have
the option to recover the files. It's free for personal use and has saved many
people heartache when it comes to recovering lost digital images and videos
from damaged CDs.
Found error in image file, Error Occurred,
error 0901, 572, 2881 The camera says found error in image file,
repair data now. When you press yes it says "Error
occurred. Please replace disc." or use ac
adapter/charger, turn off power. It won't let
you go to Disc Navigation to finalize it. While
recording video on DVD-R media the battery power
may have failed and camera shut off. When turned
on the message shown on the lcd is Found error
in image file, Error Occurred, error 0901.
Error 1.Battery inside CD Changer needs to be replaced. Error 2.CD error message. Mechanism has as eject problem or takes a long time to select CD. Error 3.CD error message. The pick-up is out of focus during play mode due to scratches on the disc or contamination. Error 4.Connection problem. Reconnect the data cable. Error 5.CD error message. Could not read correct data due to CD ROM. Error 6.CD error message. Could not read data from disc because it is upside-down.
For error code 6: Try an original purchased cd with no scratches and see if the cd player reads it. If yes then lens is dirty or tired so try using a cleaning cd(has little brushes on it). If it doesn't read with the original cd try using the cleaning cd and if no go then look at purchasing a new cd player!
I would try simply copying one of the already completed discs using a stable and well known burning program like Nero.
Programs like Pinnacle can be very temperamental when exporting their projects to disc.
When you try to write data to an optical disc, you may experience any of the following symptoms:
* You receive various disc write error messages. * You experience issues with the drive and the built-in recording feature of Windows XP. * You experience issues with third-party programs that you use to write data to the disc. * You cannot read the disc in all versions of Windows. * You cannot read the disc, or some files on the disk, by using an MP3 player. * When you add files or folders to a disc that already contains data, some files are lost. * Recording files to the disc is inconsistent. * The disc recording operation is consistently unsuccessful.
Troubleshooting specific errors If you experience one of the following errors, follow the appropriate steps to resolve the error.
* There is no disc in the drive. Please insert a writable CD into drive. This error can occur if the CD-R drive or CD-RW drive is not recognized as a recordable device. This error can also occur if the device driver has been corrupted. To resolve this issue, see Method 3 in the "General troubleshooting" section and Method 1 in the "Advanced troubleshooting" section.
* Drive not accessible, incorrect function This error message typically occurs when you try to write to a CD-R or a CD-RW, and the Windows XP built-in disc recording feature does not recognize the CD drive as a recordable drive. This error message may also occur if specific third-party programs are installed. For more information about how to troubleshoot this error,
when you access the CD-ROM drive, the DVD-ROM drive, or the CD-RW drive * Error Deleting File or Folder. Cannot delete file name. Files on this CD-ROM drive are read-only. You cannot copy or move files over to this CD-ROM drive.
This error message can occur because individual files cannot be deleted from the CD-RW. You cannot use the CD disc recording feature of Windows XP for random-access storage while you are writing to disc.
To set the service to Automatic, follow these steps: 1. Click Start, click Run, type services.msc /s, and then click OK. 2. Double-click IMAPI CD-Burning COM Service. 3. Under Service Status, click Start. 4. Try to write data to a CD.
This is the error code for disk errors: "An error occurred during the start operation. (8001002B)". If the disc is clean, maybe the laser is dirty. Use a lens cleaning CD to give the laser a clean (cheap to buy). You can also try deleting the temporary game data (using Game Data Utility) and reinstall the game.
yes this is a 100% laser problem.the music cd that you play is not a dvd disc its a normal cd-r.the ps2 laser consist of 2 laser diode reader.the dvd section is already busted.so it needs a replacement