yes... I have seen that on some discs, its actually a tricky way they try to keep you from copying their product. I think Undisker or clone-CD can cut through that crap & rip it anyways... just do some google searches on CRC errors & ripping.
OK, I am burning movie files on Windows XP Pro. Using Pioneer DVD-R discs, The movies play good on my system, yet when I try to copy them off the disc or play them in Windows Media Player 10 It says the file is corrupted, also when you try to copy the files it gives me a CRC - Cylclic Redundancy Code.. What is causing this? Do I need different software? Different DVD's? Thanks