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ConvertXtoDVD or dvd drive?


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zoneykid

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help :whistling: my pc cant read a dvd i burnt with ConvertXtoDVD but they work in my dvd player
windows says its corrupted no clue what to do
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What DVD, what ripping methord?
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dvd+r ritek

and i burned a couple of shows i dl'ed from the internet
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What system are u using to read them, is it a codex problem.
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not sure and i no its not a codec problem because windows cannot read the disc it shows thats its there but i cant get into it
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For example if you try opening it with VLC which is a multiformat reader(free too, link below), it might work. btw what does the properties read of the things in the DVD you burned? It is because you say that it works on the DVD player that makes me feel this just a codex problem.

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

Have you burned other stuff with that program which worked?

Edited by fleamailman, 29 August 2006 - 06:03 AM.

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well vlc wont open it and it says that the file system on the disc is RAW and the other dvd's dont work on my pc either

Edited by zoneykid, 29 August 2006 - 06:09 AM.

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No I am not gettng much joy about googling raw files for you, just stuff about photos. I will pass with a white flag hoping that someone else can answer this for you. In the end though it might just be simplier to use a different ripping system that converts into something normal, sorry.
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