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  1. gamercr7

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    Inside the bag prevents dust and insects but the humidity will be bad if I close the bag and put in a ventilated environment?
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    exist any problem of humidity if I store the cd / dvd / mdisc inside a dvd black case and dvd case inside a closed plastic bag? I keep the bag closed in a ventilated and open room
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    Indirect sunlight, led lamp light, fluorescent lamp light in these 3 cases the light degrades the polycarbonate plastic?
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    1000 years for good jitter, good pie, good pif
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    Dvdr mdisc jitter, pie, pif will degrade with the passing of the years?
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    1 I keep my dvdr verbatim and mdisc dvd inside black case of dvd, black is dark, the place where I keep them is only moist on rainy days, on these rainy days the fungus develop? 2 Does the dvdr mdisc suffer from any jitter, pie, pif degradation every year?
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    1 for long-term archival of data and non-fungus in diusc polycarbonate is recommended CD-R, DVDR, MDisc DVDR, Blu-ray? Or do they all have the same resistance, structure, and same problems? 2 For storage of CDs, DVDs, MDiscs what is the best place to prevent fungal growth?
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    The fungus attacks and eats the polycarbonate or the glue or the dye or the 3?
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    i have doubt long time, It is possible fungi to develop in the polycarbonate of cdr/dvdr/mdisc and eat the disc polycarbonate, dye, glue? I read on the internet a fungus called Geotrichum that attacks optical media
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    MDisc DVDR presents degradation jitter, PIE, PIF, POF every year? MDisc Is same DVDR organic dye?
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    i downloaded official website imgburn servidor imgburn
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    When I run the ImgBurn installer Avira shows an alert and removes for quaratine the Adware / DealPly.dcjga, I downloaded the imgburn from the official site What does this mean for me to do?
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    Is there an aging test for mdisc? Assuming that under certain conditions he will live 1000 years?
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    Does millenniata testing not fit for durability in mdisc years? They will last well less than 1000 years? Maybe 10 or 20 I do worry about jitter, pie, pif because I burned dvd-r verbatim azo mcc 03rg20 and got bad values jitter, pie, pif, you can see in that topic that I posted the photos
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    1 Thanks for the explanation, Millenniata says that MDisc have been tested and have a life expectancy of 1000 years at 25 ° C 50% RH, maybe this is lie or marketing 2 Did you burn mdisc in 4x? What results jiter, PIE, PIF did you get? 3 Burning mdisc at 2x causes increased stress and heat on polycarbonate and materials because the laiser acts for more minutes at 4x the laser acts less minutes?
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