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  1. imgburn is useful for making copies of media, but sometimes the media is damaged and different drives are more succesful at reading different portions of the damaged disc (or can get a different, possibly also damaged version of the disc). With ddrescue in linux I can fill in the broken parts due to it keeping a map of what it has read. It be very useful if imgburn could both generate and read a map file compatible with ddrescue.

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