I’m having this problem that’s driving me crazy, and I’d figured I’d go to people in the know about this one. Here’s my setup:
AnyDVD 18.104.22.168 (Region 1 settings, No adverts/trailers, Removal of all protection)
CloneDVD 22.214.171.124 (No removal of any disc VOB’s)
DVD Shrink 3.2
Windows XP Professional SP2 (build 2600 with latest updates)
Plextor PX-740A (latest firmware (1.02)) DVD burner
My problem is this: I’m getting a “Clone 1 TCE” error on Gundam Wing Operation 6. It’s breaking down around the 76% mark, right around chapter 17 or 18. I’ve seen a similar problem with Cowboy Bebop Remix 5, and simply removing chapters, or using a dual-layer disc to evade compression, still results in a bad burn.
I’ve tried everything I can think of: ripping the disc via AnyDVD to the hard drive and porting to CloneDVD from there, reinstalling Windows, disabling antivrius and system tray programs, yet nothing has been of any use. What really gets me is that I can take this disc downstairs to a computer running the same programs mentioned above and it burns just fine. It seems that after resinstalling Windows, the problem has progressively gotten worse to the point where every other DVD needs to be taken downstairs because of “Clone 1 TCE” errors; however, some discs burn fine. Pretty crazy, right?
Being that the “Clone 1 TCE” error is extremely vague in terms of the stuff I’ve seen on the net (and I’m quite positive disc defects is out of the question when you can take the disc to another computer and it burns fine), I popped up DVD Shrink to give it a go and met with a different error - “Invalid access to memory location.” I turned around and threw in a decrypted disc and it simply ran without problem. So its possible its an encryption issue, but CloneDVD goes pretty far until it snag’s.
If anybody has any suggestions at all about where to go from here, I would love to hear from you!
Thanks and take care.