Cyclic redundancy check Tags: Movies Hard Drives Windows XP Last response: April 17, 2011 11:17 AM in Windows XP Share Digibop April 17, 2011 12:13:40 AM Hello All, I'm having probems getting some movies to go back onto the hard drive after being burned to DVD+R disks. It says, "Cannot copy Data error "(cyclic redundancy check)" It does not do it to all movies, just some. Does anyone know if I can get these back? Windows XP Home Pioneer DVR-108 Verbatim 16X Discs (I only burn at 4X) Thanks in advance! More about : cyclic redundancy check Noworldorder April 17, 2011 11:17:58 AM CRCs occur when a piece of data is missing, or appears missing (come copy protection schemes trick the system into a CRC. When it happens to burned movies, it is usually due to cheap discs or media, or, less often, a faulty burner. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedUnallocated disk with cyclic redundancy check Forum SolvedEX-GFs and Cyclic Redundancy Check error Forum Data error cyclic redundancy check ssd Forum SolvedCyclic redundancy check? Forum Cyclic Redundancy Check/ C: Is Dirty Forum SolvedCyclic Redundancy Check Forum Cannot Initialize Disk: Cyclic Redundancy Check Forum SolvedData error cyclic redundancy check Forum data error cyclic redundancy check virtual disk manager Forum SolvedCannot Initialize Disk: Cyclic Redundancy Check Forum Cyclic redundancy check Forum how to solve can not copy (cyclic redundancy check)? Forum data error cyclic redundancy check hdd Forum Internal Toshiba HD - Data error (cyclic redundancy check) Forum Cyclic redundancy check error in external hard disk Forum actually i bought segate ITB HDD 1 yr back ... now i when i tried 2 open it s showing cyclic redundancy check error ... i need Forum data error (cyclic redundancy check) trying to format an ssd drive in windows 7 Forum Cyclic Redundancy Check Forum how can i fix the Cyclic redundancy check error with a RAW file system Forum can't initialize new Hard disk 'data error cyclic redundancy check' Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !