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File playing in DVD but not copying


Kumaranil_1918

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Hi,

I burned few folders including video files to a Blank DVD using ImgBurn few months back. Yesterday, I tried to copy one folder containing video files to my local disk. All files were copied except for 1 video. The video was about 600-700mb and I was unable to copy the whole file. I then tried to copy only that file to C disk but still it was stuck in between. Then I tried playing that file in DVD and I was able to play the file. However, I was unable to copy that file to my computer. I tried copying using AnyReader but once I select that folder, AnyReader shows an error message and closes.

I'm using Windows 7 OS.

Please check and update me regarding the necessary steps that can be taken to resolve this issue as soon as possible.

Thanks, Anil

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chub_tor

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I tried copying using AnyReader but once I select that folder, AnyReader shows an error message and closes.

What was the error message?

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Kumaranil_1918

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Some Javaexceptions or something like that with many lines. I'll post the screenshot shortly.. Thanks..

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Lazarus The 2nd

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More Info in this Click here.

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