Hey everyone, I searched the forum and really couldn't find an exact answer... but I think my problem is simple (just not for a moron like me)
My HP Pavilion dv9000 has a DL-DVD compatible built-in burner, which I used to back up all of my files to (2) DVD's yesterday when doing a complete destructive reformate of my hard-drive and installation of Windows Media Center Edition to start from scratch.
...Upon trying to transfer all of the files/folders from my DVD-DL discs, my laptop became so sluggish and bogged down, that I was only able to transfer partial files before getting the CRC error code (which I think is just brought about by slow data transfer or my laptop working improperly)
THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS, I still SEE all of the files on the DVD when I open the folders, so I KNOW THE FILES ARE THERE, my computer/or DVD-ROM is just not able to process the data fast enough perhaps...
*IS THERE ANYTHING I CAN DO TO UPGRADE MY DATA TRANSFER OT MY LAPTOP'S ABILITY TO RETRIEVE THESE IMPORTANT FILES FROM MY DYNEX DUAL-LAYER DVD'S? Thanks so much, I hope someone here can school me!