I get an error when trying to warp a tif file in QGIS:
ERROR 1: Too many points (35721 out of 35721) failed to transform, unable to compute output bounds.
I am using QGIS 1.7.0 Wroclaw with gdal 1.8. I am trying to reproject from ETRS89 to HD72 EOV. There was an error in the data, with the UTM zone added to the eastings. That is, the x coordinates read 34327213.050 when they should read 327213.050 in UTM zone 34N. I have tried changing the .tfw file but this did not help. Then I translated the tif to a .vrt and edited the vrt, removing the rogue 34, and fixing the extent. This also did not help - I still get the same error when I try to warp. In layer properties, this raster now has the same origin, extent and SRS as other similar rasters, but only this one gives the error.
How do I work this out? Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
ps. A similar question was asked 4 months ago, but it was not the exact same problem, and the OP never explained how the problem was resolved.
Edit: as suggested, here is a link to the related question