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  Reply # 708563 29-Oct-2012 17:15 Send private message

Seems like the disc has a physical defect. Try having it cleaned (JB Hi-Fi offer this service in their games department)



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  Reply # 708974 30-Oct-2012 09:57 Send private message

UPDATE: Problem solved!

Using the program "ConvertX to DVD" (from VSO-Software), it completely rebuild the video files from the original .IFO.

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  Reply # 709042 30-Oct-2012 11:24 Send private message

Sometimes using a different DVD drive will work.




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  Reply # 709122 30-Oct-2012 13:16 Send private message

Tim, Yeah, I had tried three different drives.

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