I/O error while copying files from DVD

Asked by Prem Anandh P on 2007-05-17

I have copied some files (.jpg, .mp3 , .pdf) into a DVD. When I'm trying to read that DVD all files except .mp3 are getting copied. But I'm getting I/O error on copying .mp3 files. I tried to make ISO of the DVD which also failed after a point of time. Please help me.

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2007-05-19
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2007-10-07

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¿Have you check to burn dvd at slower speed of your dvd recorder?
¿Have you open any music collection manager? ¿Rythmbox or similar?

maybe your ubuntu is having trouble with .mp3 for some reason :\

Prem Anandh P (anandham) said : #3

I have wrote using the slower speed of the burner. I didn't use the maximum speed.
when I try tp open the file using Rhythmbox it's not playing. But it didn't throw any error I guess.

Prem Anandh P (anandham) said : #4

I'm able to play other mp3 files. Few mp3 files are getting copied from the DVD but not the others.

Massimo Forti (slackwarelife) said : #5

The .mp3 files you want to paly are dowloaded ??? If it is, you are sure this file are not DRM protected. Ubuntu does not use DRM file. Thanks

Prem Anandh P (anandham) said : #6

Some files are copied from original audio cd. Some are downloaded.

On 5/18/07, Massimo Forti <email address hidden> wrote:
> Your question #6763 on Ubuntu changed:
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> Massimo Forti proposed the following answer:
> The .mp3 files you want to paly are dowloaded ??? If it is, you are sure
> this file are not DRM protected. Ubuntu does not use DRM file. Thanks
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Massimo Forti (slackwarelife) said : #7

Ok, the file you are not able to play are downloaded ??? Thanks

Prem Anandh P (anandham) said : #8

Not only downloaded but files from the audio cd are also not getting copied.

On 5/19/07, Massimo Forti <email address hidden> wrote:
> Your question #6763 on Ubuntu changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/6763
>
> Status: Open => Answered
>
> Massimo Forti proposed the following answer:
> Ok, the file you are not able to play are downloaded ??? Thanks
>
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Massimo Forti (slackwarelife) said : #9

Hve you ripper dc using linux programs like k3b or Soun Juicer, or you have done this mp3 file using other programs like Itunes or Nero. Thanks

Jeff Fortin Tam (kiddo) said : #10

This is a corrupt DVD media problem, I'm pretty certain. Probably nothing to do with MP3 files.

By the way, I think it is impossible to have DRMed MP3, MP3 was not designed with encryption in mind as far as I know.

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