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Remove the program from the system and reload it, would be your best bet to get this working again...accordianman

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I have a .pst file that is 5 GB which I am trying to copy to a sandisk flash drive cruzer 8 GB. I keep on getting an error message stating the the file is to big for the destination file system. What...


Two possibilities:

1. you already have more than 3GB of files on the SANDISK.
So, delete some files, or "burn" them to a CD/DVD disk,
so that you have at least 5 GB of "free" space available.

2. the "file-system" (the way that the "table-of-contents" is laid-out on the SANDISK) limits the size of a single file to 2GB.
The "file-system" on your 'C:' drive does *NOT* have that identical limitation (it does have a "maximum-file-size", but it is MUCH larger).

Open Outlook, and "compress" all the folders.
Perhaps, the PST file will shrink to less than 4.7 GB.
If it does, then you can "burn" that file onto one DVD-writable disk.

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The Easiest Way to Use DVD Shrink


<b>DVD</b> <b>Shrink</b> is a freeware DVD transcoder program for Microsoft Windows that uses a DVD ripper to back up DVD movies. The final versions are 3.2.0.15 (english) and 3.2.0.16 (german), all other versions like DVD Shrink 2010 are scams. As commercially-released video DVDs are typically dual layer one of DVD Shrink's functions is to process the video into lesser quality and/or discard extra content such as foreign-language soundtracks so as to fit on a single layer (4.7 GB) DVD.<br /><br />DVD Shrink is freeware, and it is only to be used to create backup copies of DVDs you already own. It is illegal to make copies of rented or borrowed DVDs, or to copy them and sell them for profit. The reason we need DVD Shrink is because a regular DVD movie doesn't fit on the average 4.7gig size DVD disc, we <b>use</b> DVD Shrink to cut the contents down to size as to fit on the disk.<br /><br />This article will provide you <b>how</b> can you use DVD Shrink to copy DVD movies step by step. All you need is a DVD Shrink software and you will be able to store and duplicate all your DVD discs.<br />To use DVD Shrink, Things you will need:<br />* DVD Shrink program <br />* A DVD movie to backup<br />* DVD blank disc<br /><br />Guide: How to Use DVD Shrink 3.2 <br /><br />Step 1. Start the DVD Shrink Program and choose Open Disc from the menu above. <br /><br />Step 2. A box will appear. Choose which DVD drive your disk is in. Mine is in F: drive. The name of the disk will show up in brackets. In this case it is called NEW. <br /><br />Step 3. Press OK. It will read the DVD.<br /><img src="remote_image20110803-18141-1qmdivp.gif" /><br />Step 4. Shrink DVD size.<br />1) A breakdown of the movie will be displayed in the right hand column.<br />2) You cannot fit all this on your blank dvd so now press Re-author.<br />3) In the right column there will be a heading called Main movie. There will be a file under this heading. Drag this to the left column. The file size is usually more than 4,700mb and has to be compressed.<br /> <img src="remote_image20110803-18141-17xn34v.gif" /><br />Step 5. Click on the "Backup" icon. This is where you will choose a folder for your ripped files. Once you make a folder, make sure the box is checked next to "Create VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS subfolders" and click "OK".<br /> <img src="remote_image20110803-18141-sc8anv.gif" /><br />The movie will now play quickly in the viewing box, and you will see the progression of the rip. Once the rip is complete, the movie can be burned to a DVD-R automatically via DVD Shrink using NERO. Or if you have different DVD-burning software, you can open that manually and burn the ripped files as you normally would.<br /><br />Here we also recommend you the best DVD Copy software, 1CLICK DVD COPY PRO, which is a fast, easy-to-use, full featured program for copying DVD movies onto DVD discs. With 1CLICK DVD COPY - PRO, you can make a perfect copy with just one click. You can free download DVD Shrink via the link below:<br /><br />Tags: how to use dvd shrink,how to use dvd shrink 3.2,how to use dvd shrink to burn a dvd,dvd shrink free download,free dvd shrink,shrink dvd software<br /><br />Related Resources: <br /> <p><span><a href="http://www.dvdcopymac.org/burn-dvd/burn-movies-to-dvd-on-mac.html"><span>burn movies to dvd on mac</span></a>,</span><span> </span><span><a href="http://www.dvdcopymac.org/">dvd copy mac</a>, <a href="http://www.dvdcopymac.org/resource/free-dvd-copy.html">dvd copy freeware</a>,<a href="http://www.dvdcopymac.org/burn-dvd/convert-burn-m4v-to-dvd.html"> m4v to dvd</a>, <a href="http://www.dvdcopymac.org/guide/how-do-you-copy-a-dvd-in-windows-7.html">copy dvd in windows 7</a></span><br />

on Aug 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to get 100% success DVD-Video Recovery with IsoBuster Pro


So the deal is you have a DVD-Video that you created and you want to make a backup copy OR your DVD Player skips on playback due to a surface defect or deep scratch, you have already tried to clean and repair it and still it wont work, check out my tip on how best to do this HERE

The quickest method is to create an ISO image using one of the top applications like ImageBurn or CloneDVD or DVDShrink the thing is al three fail on CRC or read errors on either the IFO BUP or VOB files so what can you do?

Using ImageBurn my personal favourite and selecting the VSO Patin Couffin Driver with a low read speed of x2.4 from the I/O settings interface and the default settings it will cope similar to Alcohol 52% FE and create the ISO upto the point where the first bad sector is then try to finish the ISO, it also tells you how many sectors are being scanned and the number of bytes in real time;

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Using DVD Shrink pulls an immediate Cyclic Redundancy Error on the D: drive where the DVD-Video is inserted

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CloneDVD pulls on IFO read error on VTS_04_0.IFO as this is a major requirement for successful DVD navigation it contains important navigational information, such as where a video chapter begins, and where audio and subtitle streams exist within the movie (VOB) file.

IFO files are not encrypted but without it this software can't correctly re-author a new DVD video using this method, the BUP file in VTS_03_0 is not a problem as it is just a backup of the IFO and this file is fine in this case, so only this one error is thrown up.

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Alcohol 52% FE will attempt to create it native MDS image file format and as lon as you check skip read errors and or use data precision management then it might work the main benefit is it will log each sector error and create a graph to show where the errors are in relation to the total number of sectors.

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AnyDVD will rip any DVD, go figure, whether it be CSS or NOT if there is an IFO issue it will throw this error, not much help to us with a damaged DVD there then

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SO WHAT CAN YOU DO THEN READ ON !!!

IsoBuster v2.7.0.0 is to the rescue, in the Professional mode you can extract the VIDEO_TS folder from the File menu it will scan the DVD for errors and then give you a list of the files that have Unreadable Sectors, you don't need the AUDIO_TS folder unless you will be using older standalone DVD players to view the result, its also in v2.8 Beta HERE on Filehippo it costs $29.95 (£20) an well worth the money.

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If you select insert Dummy and Apply always on the first sector that has problems then it will do this in this case at 42% for all subsequent bad sectors through the 100% complete 21 file extraction.

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NOTE: This may take upto 4 hours depending upon the number of bad sectors within the files until finally it finishes with a full list of recovered files in this case original scan found 2 files a BUP and an IFO from different VOBs

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The final result shows 2 extra VOB read errors withing the two VideoTitleSets (VTS) linked to the IFO and BUP files, into which IsoBuster has added dummy sectors to make complete files that will now play.

If you wish to then check the extracted files within the VIDEO_TS folder then use DVD Shrink it will scan all files very fast and you will see that the read errors are now GONE !!

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SPECIAL NOTE:

In this scan and extraction there is a complete BUP (IFO BackUP) file for VTS_04_0.IFO as the BUP is an exact copy of the IFO and is good then just copy this good BUP and rename it as the IFO in place of the recovered IFO this will improve you playback for that Video Title Set.

The opposite can be one for VTS_03_0.IFO that had an unreadable BUP file just create a new BUP from the good IFO, this will help if the IFO ever becomes unreadable on the new DVD that you want to create.

You can apply this method to CSS encrypted DVD content using Slysoft's AnyDVD, but only if you own a licensed copy of the original to recover information from a badly scratched DVD-Video

on May 12, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Format external memory


Hi,

the problem can be solved.For the video not to be able to play might be due to the video file being corrupted or the memory card was not really formatted properly.

You can format the memory card again and try transferring the file into the memory card.If it does not work, try and use another device to format it.

If still it does not respond properly, then the memory card is corrupted and it needs to be replaced.

Have a nice day.

Mar 16, 2010 | Insignia Sport MP3 Player

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LG HDD/DVD player - navigational error message


HI,
DVD shrink can't handle the copy protection on the disk you're trying to backup, use DVDFab decrypter first instead.
Get it here:
http://www.dvdidle.com/download/DVDFabDecrypter29.exe

Use DVDFab to rip the files to your HDD, it will create a VIDEO_TSfolder and put all the video files in it. DVDFab is a whole movieripper only, so you're getting everything on the disk ripped to you'reHDD, once DVDFab is done, run DVD shrink. Use DVD shrink to open thefiles created by DVDFab (use the open files tab and browse to theVIDEO_TS folder created by DVDFab and choose it), at this point shrinkwill import the files, use shrink as you normally would to create yourbackup.


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Oct 04, 2009 | LG LXD5230 System

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Import Error 0x80048003 on DVD-VR with Pegasys and TMPGEnc Products


Typically a DVD-VR media format is in ISO9660, UDF v1.02 with an import label of DVD-RECORDER and the preferred Media format is that of DVD+RW that can be written on without finalizing a erased several hundred times before it fails.

If you are trying to import a DVD-VR created on a DVD Recorder into your PC for editing and re-encoding you might get this error with either the excellent TMPGEnc Authoring Works v4.0; TMPGEnc v4.0 Xpress or the TMPGEnc MPEG Editor v2.0

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When using the preferred media format of DVD+RW It might be able to find the VIDEO_TS folder and software like VSO Inspector OR Nero ROM's Info Tool may also indicate that the DVD-VR has track information on it as shown below

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Possible Faults :

  • Corrupt VOB or VOB's this is the most common fault.
  • The DVD+RW reads in the DVD recorder as BLANK means that it has not authored the media correctly.
  • Faulty DVD+RW media that can only be used a finite number of times, you need to bin it and buy new media and try to record the Video again for re-import.
  • The AUDIO_TS folder is missing.
Possible Solutions:

Create an ISO file using Lightning's Excellent ImageBurn then import the DVD-VR from a mounted drive you can either use Slysoft's Virtual CloneDrive OR Alcohol 52% FE to do this make sure that you read at about X2.4 or slower and check the ignore read errors shown in red in the Settings Menu

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Use DVD Shrink great user guide by Mr. Bass there also to try to import as much of the media as possible it might fail however but you will find out where the DVD-VR fails on the import it will also save the files that it has imported correctly for you which is a bonus and save them in a folder called DVD_VR or whatever the DVD Recorder labels the media as.

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In this case DVD Shrink throws an I/O read error 19 seconds before the end of the track or 65% good files fails on 66%

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This case shows a DVD-VR that has 10 good files however the last three VOB's of the DVD-VR format are unreadable hence the 0x80058003 error on DVD-VR import.

If you use Total Commander you can copy the 7 good files to the Harddrive and use evilmaster's excellent VOBMerge v2.51 remixed to join VTS_01_1 to VTS_01_2 together as the IFO files are still intact this will work and you will be able to import the resultant file for editing.

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This is not ideal however you will still be able to retrieve about 50% of the video data from the corrupt DVD-VR from the first 2 complete Video Object Blocks (VOBs)

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Even if your VOB's are not consecutive like in this example you can still join them and import then using the Add File Option or add the individual VOB's as long as the video that you want to edit is on the good VOB then you are OK.

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Each one contains typically 30 mins of SLP DVD-VR video (MPEG-2 @ 720 x 576 4,380kbps 25fps) you may also need to change the file extension of merged.vob to merged.mpg to avoid any import errors although in my experience VOBs will import correctly in the latest versions of the software despite the warning shown below.

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on Apr 05, 2010 | Pegasys DVD Author (123594)

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No File and Disc Error message


clean dvd first with cd cleaner.. before you change optical lens. lens cannot read data on your disc.

Sep 09, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Cyclic Ewdundancy


cyclic redundancy means the actual data comosing the file has been corrupted. dvd shrink sometimes corrupts data when the compression is turned too high. CRC errors are problems in the base Hexidecimal coding used above binary coding that the proccessor uses.

Basically, you need to get new data cause that one is gone.

Jan 14, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Rimage 360i image read problems


Have you copyright protected the file as you have burnt it, have you burnt it as a dual layer, or DVD 9 DVD (some programmes will not read these)? Also have you finalised the disc? It should not be a codec as all DVDs are vobs and there is a back compatibility with all, other wise they'd never load in normal DVD players.

Apr 14, 2008 | Rimage 360i DVD-R/CD-R (53050131) Burner

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DVD burning-shrink/decryptor & Nero


i suggest u make use of nero 7.0 if your dvd rom is a new one

Jan 29, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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