AnyDVD problems

Discussion in 'AnyDVD' started by gllerner3, Jun 9, 2012.

  1. gllerner3

    gllerner3 Member

    ok here are the log files and i have downgraded to anydvd to see if it would work here---no such luck.

    here is the latest error

    File 1 C:/CloneDVDTemp/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_1.VOB 23 W2

    i will upgrade, restart and create the same log again and post.
    many thanks, gene

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    Last edited: Jun 9, 2012
  2. Recycle

    Recycle Well-Known Member

    usually a read error is a sign of bad media and before you say it work on my standalone. ROM and Burner at two very different hardware and does different functions. Did you try another version of the media to see if it wasn't the media that was bad?
  3. gllerner3

    gllerner3 Member


    tried memorex bd and tdk dvd+r same problems.
    another machine with different burners and sames setup/media no issues.
    how could 2 bluray burners go bad at the same time? :bang:
  4. Clams

    Clams Well-Known Member

    It happens. And when it does, it makes logical troubleshooting a biatch. :)

  5. dodgeboy16

    dodgeboy16 New Member

    I had read errors popping up and it was driving me crazy. CloneDVD 2 could copy the Movie, then when I would try and write to the dvd, read errors that you would get if you couldn't read the Movie would start to pop up. Long story short, the HD that was storing the Info was going bad.
  6. gllerner3

    gllerner3 Member


    i have defragmented and i will try and add the folder in a different directory.
    thanks gene
  7. James

    James SlySoft Development Team Staff Member

    What program shows you this error when exactly? AnyDVD?
  8. James

    James SlySoft Development Team Staff Member

    This is no read error.
  9. gllerner3

    gllerner3 Member


    well after i defragmented the harddrive.
    i also deleted and moved the CloneDVDTemp folder.
    this seem to get rid of the issue.
    i guess writig and rewriting over the same spot on the hd seems to causes errors. this could be the hd going bad or bad sectors. is there any way to isolate these sectors and to remove them from being used/reused? thanks gene:bowdown:
  10. Clams

    Clams Well-Known Member

    I think there are some utilities (and format programs) that will do just that.
    Search around the web a bit....