Got this at the layer change on a Verify of a burn in my LG BD burner.
W 12:17:21 Failed to Read Sectors 1914032 - 1914063 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error
However, the Verify continued on without a problem.
So, is it possible for "uncorrectable" errors to correct themselves?
It seems nothing was wrong as I ran a Verify against the image file in a different drive and there was nothing that indicated anything wrong on the Pioneer. And I played the entire contents, without a problem at the layer change.
So, it seems everything was all right. But, if "uncorrectable" errors can correct themselves, why are they called uncorrectable errors? Is it because a retry was done and the retry itself didn't fail? Because there were no repeated failures of retries to the point where ImgBurn gives up, it's not considered an "error?"