I keep receiving an error when I try and back up my DVDs. I have tried using CloneDVD 2 with AnyDVD as well as DVDdecrypter and Shrink DVD. I have looked through the posts and FAQ and still have not found an answer that seems logical given my particular circumstances.
My system is as follows.
P4 2.36 Ghz
1 Gb DDRam
2 160 Gb marton 7200 rpm
Win XP pro
TDK 440n dvdrw with newest firmware
Samsung sm-352B reader
Clone DVD error:
Creation of DVD files was not successful:
Scheduler 0 D:/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_4.VOB : read error TCSectorReader TCE â€˜
From what I have read it is possible that this error indicated a flaw in the HD however I ran sever disk check utilities and everything came up fine; furthermore, I have 2 HD and have tried using my F:/ drive as a destination just in case C:/ was corrupted and I still got the same error.
I have also read that a slight flaw in the DVD could cause an error during the ripping process (this error seems to always happen between 50-80% completion of the ripping process). This still seems improbable in my case as I have had the same problem when backing up brand new DVDâ€™s.
It is interesting to note that when I first set my system to back up my DVDâ€™s I had a run of about 6 or 7 disks go through without any issues. This problem just started very suddenly. It is also worth noting that the last time I formatted my drives and reinstalled XP I was also able to make a good burn but this time only once.
I am able to play a movie and capture the image through my capture card and then author it using Nero, but this is a crappy solution as it gives less than perfect quality and it does not preserve any menus or other options on the original disk.
I sincerely hope I not asking for an answer that I missed in an earlier post.
And another one