How to fix the cyclic redundancy error

I am getting a cyclic redundancy error when I try to move or copy a music file from one location to another.
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  1. That means the disc is damaged. You can try copying it from a command prompt with xcopy. You need to use the /C switch so that it will ignore the errors like this:

    xcopy source destination /C

    The music file might have a pop or other glitch in it from the error, but at least you will have it.
  2. Actually what I did was ran check disk from the command prompt to fix some bad clusters in about ten different files. Then I was able to move them anywhere I wanted to.
    Thanks,
    Arnie
  3. aknoblich said:
    I am getting a cyclic redundancy error when I try to move or copy a music file from one location to another.

    I performed a check disk from the command prompt and it fixed the bad clusters and fixed the problem.
  4. OK, I assumed you had already done that! Sorry :)
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