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File creation error - Data error (cyclic redundancy check).


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#1 AndrewSe

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Posted 19 July 2013 - 05:11 PM

Hi

 

I copied some files from my old HP laptop with xp, burnt them with burnaware onto a dvd. Now on my new laptop (lenovo g580 W7 64bit) I tried to take them off the DVD and move to my local drive, when I was moving them from disc to drive explorer gave me a message saying 'Invalid MS-dos function' and the usual try again or cancel option.

 

Thinking some of the files on disc might be corrupt I ran

 

xcopy F:\*.*/s > C:\test1

 

And got the message in my topic title File creation error - Data error (cyclic redundancy check).

 

Now I don't have clue what this means and I can only tell you I have an output file in C, as per the command instructions, with almost all the files listed, some are missing but some of the ones there are the corrupt ones and some of the ones missing I think are fine.

 

Doesn't really lead me to the issue unless someone can decipher the error message I got?

 

Thanks

 

Andrew

 



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