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CDVD READ ERROR, sector = 0x001ccdd1
#1
Sad 
At first I was trying to play GTA: San Andreas. It got off the loading screen and then went black. The problem is it never went away. The log book thing said it was:
CDVD READ ERROR, sector = 0x001ccdd1
Something about it "Timed out"
CDVD READ ERROR, sector = 0x001ccdd1
Ever since then it's done it to all my games. I need help.

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#2
All of your games are doing it? Are you playing them from DVD directly by any chance? (Maybe the reader is faulty?)
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#3
(07-31-2015, 08:31 AM)Ryudo Wrote: All of your games are doing it? Are you playing them from DVD directly by any chance? (Maybe the reader is faulty?)

No, I don't have a drive, so they are all ISO's.
#4
(07-31-2015, 04:43 PM)CheshireWolfe Wrote: No, I don't have a drive, so they are all ISO's.

did you encounter any error when turning your PS2 DVDs into isos ?
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#5
(07-31-2015, 04:48 PM)jesalvein Wrote: did you encounter any error when turning your PS2 DVDs into isos ?

No, I don't have a dvd drive in my computer. I download my Iso files from _____ and then extract them.
#6
oh, that's different, then.

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