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Cycle Rundancy Error...fix?


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sharonrose

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I copied several of my mp3s to a dvd as data so i could restore my pc. i am trying to copy them from the dick to the hard drive and some do just fine but then there are some that sit there forever and then i get the cycle rundancy check error and cant copy them. when this is happening my whole pc freezes up and i cant do anything until its done. Is there any way i can fix these files. i could always redownload them but on one disc alone there are 737 mp3s i would have to redownload. i have tried to clean the disc and that didnt help. there was something i read about typing in xcopy in dos and it would copy them anyways...bad or not...but it wasnt very detailed and i am just not that good at this stuff. if you know a way i can fix this please let me know. any and all help is greatly appreciated. I used memorex, dvd+r, 8x, 4.7g, 120min, if that helps any. i have win xp and win media player but i use itunes to play the files.

Edited by sharonrose, 01 April 2007 - 11:34 PM.

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http://www.softwarep...redundancy.html
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I downloaded that and i am so ashamed to say that i have no idea how to use it!!!! i have looked at the help file. i have read the help file and all i can compare it to is how charlie brown's teachers sounded...thats how well i comprehended it!! :whistling:
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