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Concerning CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) data error notifications ->
Suggest viewing the below Forum posting concerning CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) data error notification. Notice the comments in posting #6 by Forum Member Olli and the 3 possible reasons for CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) data error notifications.
In some instances as suggest by Forum Member haveacigar using the â€œAnyDVD Ripperâ€ might possibly help with the CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) Error. To access the â€œAnyDVD Ripperâ€ function of AnyDVD with AnyDVD activated right click the Red Fox Icon located in the bottom right corner of the lower task bar and click on â€œRip Video To HardDiskâ€ and follow prompts. If using the â€œAnyDVD Ripperâ€ does not help with this particular Commerical DVD Movie Title it contains an unreadable error defect (possibly a scratch) and replacement of the this particular Commerical DVD Movie Title is only corrective course of action.
Also I question the size of the this particular Commerical DVD Movie Title as noted by Forum Member haveacigar. Usually Commerical DVD Movie Titles are larger than 4.7GB. Are you sure you are attempting to copy an original Commerical DVD Movie Title and not a copy of an Commerical DVD Movie Titles?
It should be noted if you were forth coming with this information as originally requested you would have received this â€œcorrective actionâ€ information in a lot timelier time frame.