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copy DVD Nero

 
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2008 4:41 am    Post subject: copy DVD Nero Reply with quote

I've tried to copy a non -copyrighted DVD- video as an image to be burned onto a DVD-R using Nero but failed. Below is the log file. Is there another way I could copy the content of the DVD?



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1A23-0009-6030-2224-6806-8036

Windows XP 5.1
IA32
WinAspi: File 'Wnaspi32.dll': Ver=4.71 (0002), size=45056 bytes, created 7/17/2002 9:03:20 AM
ahead WinASPI: File 'C:\Program Files\Ahead\nero\Wnaspi32.dll': Ver=2.0.1.74, size=164112 bytes, created 10/26/2004 5:35:34 PM
Nero Version: 6.6.0.8 (Nero Express)
Recorder: < Image Recorder> Version: Not available - HA -1 TA 0 - 6.6.0.8
Adapter driver: <Virtual Device> HA -1
Drive buffer :
CD-ROM: <TSSTcorp CD/DVDW SH-S182F>Version: SB02 - HA 3 TA 0 - 6.6.0.8
Adapter driver: <atapi> HA 3

=== Scsi-Device-Map ===
DiskPeripheral : MAXTOR STM380211AS atapi Port 1 ID 0 DMA: On
CdRomPeripheral : TSSTcorp CD/DVDW SH-S182F atapi Port 3 ID 0 DMA: On

=== CDRom-Device-Map ===
TSSTcorp CD/DVDW SH-S182 D: CDRom0
=======================

AutoRun : 1
Excluded drive IDs:
WriteBufferSize: 72351744 (0) Byte
ShowDrvBufStat : 0
BUFE : 0
Physical memory : 495MB (507180kB)
Free physical memory: 199MB (204112kB)
Memory in use : 59 %
Uncached PFiles: 0x0
Use Inquiry : 1
Global Bus Type: default (0)
Check supported media : Disabled (0)

1.2.2008
DVD-Copy on the fly
9:56:32 PM #1 Text 0 File Reader.cpp, Line 127
Reader running

9:56:32 PM #2 Text 0 File Writer.cpp, Line 122
Writer Image Recorder running

9:56:32 PM #3 Text 0 File DVDCopy.cpp, Line 279
DVD Track-Information from source disc
S01 T01 Con 0x14 Start 0 Len 2112176 (gap 0) Blank 0 Res 0 Dmg 0 Open Trk 0 Mode TRM_DATA_MODE1 (0)

9:56:32 PM #4 Text 0 File DVDCopy.cpp, Line 382
Max -1 tracks of 1 allowed to copy
1: 0 - 2112176 = 2112176, TRM_DATA_MODE1, block size 2048, read opt 0 (no read options)

9:56:32 PM #5 Text 0 File Burncd.cpp, Line 3153
Turn on Disc-At-Once, using DVD media

9:56:32 PM #6 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 259
Last possible write address on media: 4718591 (1048:34.41, 9215MB)
Last address to be written: 2112175 (469:22.25, 4125MB)

9:56:32 PM #7 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 271
Write in overburning mode: NO (enabled: CD)

9:56:32 PM #8 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 2316
Recorder: Image Recorder;
CD type reading failed
ATIP Data: ?

9:56:32 PM #9 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 433
>>> Protocol of DlgWaitCD activities: <<<
=========================================

9:56:32 PM #10 Text 0 File ThreadedTransferInterface.cpp, Line 830
Setup items (after recorder preparation)
0: TRM_DATA_MODE1 (1 - Data (mode 1))
2 indices, index0 (150) not provided
original disc pos #0 + 2112176 (2112176) = #2112176/469:22.26
not relocatable, disc pos for caching/writing not required/not required, no patch infos
-> TRM_DATA_MODE1, 2048, config 0, wanted index0 0 blocks, length 2112176 blocks [Image Recorder]
--------------------------------------------------------------

9:56:36 PM #11 Text 0 File ThreadedTransferInterface.cpp, Line 1043
Prepare recorder [Image Recorder] for write in CUE-sheet-DAO
DAO infos:
==========
MCN: ""
TOCType: 0x40; Session Closed, disc fixated
Tracks 1 to 1:
1: TRM_DATA_MODE1, 2048/0x00, FilePos 0 0 4325736448, ISRC ""
DAO layout:
===========
__Start_|____Track_|_Idx_|_CtrlAdr_|_RecDep__________
0 | lead-in | 0 | 0x41 | 0x00
0 | 1 | 0 | 0x41 | 0x00
0 | 1 | 1 | 0x41 | 0x00
2112176 | lead-out | 1 | 0x41 | 0x00

9:56:36 PM #12 Phase 65 File dlgbrnst.cpp, Line 1832
Burn process started

9:56:36 PM #13 Text 0 File ThreadedTransferInterface.cpp, Line 2609
Verifying disc position of item 0 (not relocatable, no disc pos, no patch infos, orig at #0): write at #0

9:56:44 PM #14 SCSI -400 File Cdrdrv.cpp, Line 1435
SCSI Exec, HA 3, TA 0, LUN 0, buffer 0x054E2000
Status: 0x04 (0x01, SCSI_ERR)
HA-Status 0x00 (0x00, OK)
TA-Status 0x02 (0x01, SCSI_TASTATUS_CHKCOND)
Sense Key: 0x04 (KEY_HARDWARE_ERROR)
Sense Code: 0x3E
Sense Qual: 0x02
CDB Data: 0x28 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x60 0x00 0x00 0x20 0x00 0x00 0x00
Sense Data: 0x70 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x0A
0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x3E 0x02

9:56:44 PM #15 TRANSFER -25 File Reader.cpp, Line 382
Error reading data

9:56:44 PM #16 Text 0 File Reader.cpp, Line 385
Exception value: -400

9:56:45 PM #17 Text 0 File ThreadedTransfer.cpp, Line 228
all writers idle, stopping conversion

9:56:45 PM #18 Phase 67 File dlgbrnst.cpp, Line 1832
Burn process failed


Existing drivers:
File 'Drivers\CDRALW2K.SYS': Ver=8.0.0.212 , size=2560 bytes, created 8/25/2006 11:47:00 AM
File 'Drivers\ASPI32.SYS': Ver=4.71 (0002) built by: WinDDK, size=16512 bytes, created 7/17/2002 8:05:10 AM
File 'Drivers\PXHELP20.SYS': Ver=2.03.28a, size=20640 bytes, created 10/27/2005 4:12:48 AM (Prassi/Veritas driver for win 2K)
File 'Drivers\atapi.sys': Ver=5.1.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158), size=95360 bytes, created 8/3/2004 10:59:44 PM (Adapter driver for src)

Registry Keys:
HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\WinLogon\AllocateCDROMs : 0 (Security Option)
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2008 6:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The problem appears to be reading the data, not burning it. Try creating an image file with nero so you don't waste a disk when trying to copy it, then burn a disk from the image.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 3:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

problem is Nero fails to even read the disc in the first place, the log file is produced after the failure dailog box appears
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Then there is no Nero fault. Either the disk or the drive is the problem. More likely the disk. Try cleaning it.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 05, 2008 12:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

cleaned disc with lint-free cloth, same problem persists. There are actually 2 disc in this series, One fails to copy at all, the other fails halfway through the copying
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2008 2:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Can you watch the disks from start to finish on your PC?
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2008 10:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Plays fine throughout, although it is sluggish at certain scenes
takes some time for the video to load after selecting it on the DVD menu
the disc does not play on a regular DVD
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2008 10:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It sounds to me like the disks are faulty then.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2008 11:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Anything I could do to recover the data on the DVD?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2008 10:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not that I know of. There are specialist companies that can probably do it, however this would be very expensive.
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