What Is "Invalid Block Address?"

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Martin Lab, Nov 25, 2004.

  1. Martin Lab

    Martin Lab Guest

    Thanks to everyone who've helped in the past.
    Here is my simple question which I'm sure won't have a simple answer:
    Just what is "Invalid Block Address?" I'm trying to make a backup copy
    of a DVD for my granddaughter who's pretty rough on disks but when using
    DVDXcopy, after 99%, I get the "invalid block address" and the program
    stops responding. I can't even kill it... I have to power down the
    machine to get out of it. I've tried a variety of other methods
    including DVDDecryptor and 9to5, etc. but they either crash, hang or
    don't produce results. If anyone needs any more info, let me know.
    Thanks again, Marty
    Martin Lab, Nov 25, 2004
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