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How to ignore Cyclic Redundancy

By lyka
"Cannot copy... Data error (cyclic redundancy check)" these errors occur during copying from a CD or DVD that are physically damaged (scratches, bent, scraped, etc…). These errors will just pops out meaning the computer has just detected a damaged file. The copy process is then aborted with no option of retrying to read from the damaged area or skipping over it. This is very frustrating when copying large files because you must try to look for the damaged files or just copy it from the very start. But there’s a procedure for that can ignore or fix dose damaged files:

1. Download JFileRecovery from this link (this is a free cross platform) install it.
2. Specify which file you need to recover
3. Set the destination where you want it to be copied
4. The software will indicate which part of the file is damaged and you may retry this area.
5. The file can now be copied without any CRC errors.

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