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Old 10th October 2003, 17:14   #1  |  Link
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Error reading the dvd back

I've burned a dvd-r with imgtool/dvddecrypter and plays perfectly on pc and ps2.

I've tryed to read it back with dvddecrypter (iso mode):
With the burner, no prob (LG GSA-4040B).
With my normal dvd reading unit (LG 12x) it keeps reading a sector at 99%.

Any ideas?
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Old 11th October 2003, 00:33   #2  |  Link
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1) Poor quality media.

2) Dust on the disc prior to recording.
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The madia is LG (again )
I'll try with different media and let you know, thanks
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I think that what Gooki means with 'poor quality media' is that your dvd-disk (not the reader/writer) isn't that good.

I agree with him: low-cost media give near the end of the dvd problems on my LG DRD8160B-reader too; on the other hand, only this drive gives those problems.
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Just recently I've had that problem with my DVDROM drive. So I tried a few older MCC and TDK discs and had the same problem with them. I *think* copying was slow in explorer as well. My DVDROM drive can have trouble reading even unscratched dual-layered discs, so I blame it rather than the media.
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I think that what Gooki means with 'poor quality media' is that your dvd-disk (not the reader/writer) isn't that good.
Perhaps you have misunderstood me , atm i'm using LG reader, LG writer and LG media too (i have a couple of LG's dvd-r disks).
Happy to see i'm not the only one experiencing this, i agree it could be a media problem, since my dvdreader never failed to read something before (probably i'll check with other media in the weekend).

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atm i'm using LG reader, LG writer and LG media too (i have a couple of LG's dvd-r disks).
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(probably i'll check with other media in the weekend).
Do try it out, as I'm curious for the result too.

In my case, Princo's give this problem on the LG-reader; Maxell & OptoDisc dvd's don't.
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With Verbatim dvd-r i have the same problem (LG reader keep reading at 99%). This happens in iso mode.
In file mode i can read all files with no problem
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