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Data Error: Cyclic Redundancy Check!

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Hi Geeks to Go,
I have a computer with just a DVD-RW drive. I tried copying files from a CD I made of audio music files as data from my old computer but I repeatedly end up with 'Cyclic Redundancy Check' error. What can I do in order to get my files back?
Thanks. Your help is appreciated!

Edited by zenrox, 28 August 2006 - 10:02 PM.

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Sadly, you cannot.

The CRC check means there was an error in the file. Sometimes, with data files, you can partiallyr recover the content, but that will not help with an audio file
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