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Old 2004-04-15, 20:41   Link #1
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Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check

Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check.

When I burn anime on a Ritek DVD-R with my Lite-On LDW-411S and then later try to move it back to my hard drive I keep getting the Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check. Is it my burner, disk, or hard drive? Firmware is up to date. The disk burns fine it's just when I try to move it back.
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Old 2004-04-15, 21:12   Link #2
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Sounds like the data has become corrupt on disk. I have some files I burned off to CD-R that are the same way. If the data and/or disc has gone bad, you're pretty much out of luck as far as full recovery goes.
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Old 2004-04-15, 21:32   Link #3
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Data? Like the anime ep on the hard drive is messed up even before I burn or as I'm burning something bad happens.
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Old 2004-04-15, 23:23   Link #4
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Data? Like the anime ep on the hard drive is messed up even before I burn or as I'm burning something bad happens.
Not messed up. Maybe missing certain hashes. Tell me you did dl off BT. If you did then use a CRC checker to checks its "redundancy"
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Old 2004-04-16, 01:20   Link #5
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In sounds like your data on your DVD got corrupted. Happens if you use cheap DVD-Rs and/or a cheap drive.

Can also happen when you use (high quality) media that your drive doesn't like. Make sure you have the newest firmware installed for your drive, as new media needs different burning parameters, and you only find those in current firmware.
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Old 2004-04-16, 08:26   Link #6
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I thought Lite-On and Ritek were some of the best. I always use BT for anime and could you tell me an easy to use CRC checker. If the file is missing some hashes then what download all over again or just check the old file with BT?
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Old 2004-04-16, 09:52   Link #7
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I thought Lite-On and Ritek were some of the best. I always use BT for anime and could you tell me an easy to use CRC checker. If the file is missing some hashes then what download all over again or just check the old file with BT?
I only saw CRC errors once on a badly scratched CD-R and my drive completely refused to copy some files from that one. Your drive or driver might handle it differently. If you can't read it, you might try some special programs to get as much as possible of a file and repair the rest with bittorrent.

I don't know about the quality of Ritek for DVD-Rs and their current CD-R quality, but for CD-Rs they used to be trash.
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Old 2004-04-19, 19:58   Link #8
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CRC errors really suck. once you have them, you got them. sometimes you might bump your computer in the burning process and that will screw it up. from now on you might want to take the extra 10-20 min to to a verification of the burnt disc. you might also want to change you recorder to nero or to veritas.
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Old 2004-04-19, 23:51   Link #9
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From what i have heard ritek dvd-r are some of the best. i've used a 50 pack and have not had a problem yet. I have a Lite on 811s, also tdk discs are ritek discs with a new label.
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