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How can you tell whether the error is artificial or just one of the many scratches placed on the DVD by my 3 year old?

 

Just seems odd that if it were artificial that it wouldn't have started until 3.5 gbs into the READ...

 

Love the program, just donated.

 

 

 

I 12:20:08 Operation Started!

I 12:20:08 Source Device: [1:1:0] _NEC DVD_RW ND-3550A 1.06 (K:) (ATA)

I 12:20:08 Source Media Type: DVD-ROM

I 12:20:08 Source Media Sectors: 3,966,159 (Track Path: OTP - L0: 2,076,224 - L1: 1,889,935)

I 12:20:08 Source Media Volume Identifier: FINDING_Stuff

I 12:20:08 Source Media Implementation Identifier: Daikin U.S. Comtec Lab

I 12:20:08 Source Media File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)

I 12:20:08 Destination File: C:\FINDING_Stuff.ISO

I 12:20:08 Destination Free Space: 84,376,334,336 bytes (82,398,764 KB) (80,467 MB) (78 GB)

I 12:20:08 Destination File System: NTFS

I 12:20:08 File Splitting: Auto

I 12:20:09 Reading Sectors... (LBA: 0 - 3966158)

I 12:20:09 Reading Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 2076223)

W 12:28:03 Failed to read Sector 1714160 - Unrecovered Read Error

W 12:29:14 Failed to read Sector 1714161 - Unrecovered Read Error

W 12:45:53 Failed to read Sector 1714162 - Unrecovered Read Error

W 13:17:53 Failed to read Sector 1714752 - Unrecovered Read Error

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try cleaning disc, or try it in another dvd reader.

 

 

I spit on it and then wiped it clean. Lunch was an hour ago so the likelihood of extra particles should be minimal. >_<

 

I may try copying over the files one at a time to the harddrive and then write them back. Though the first time I tried doing that ImgBurn (not the user of course) made me a coaster with a 14 kb file on it.

 

The Read & then Write is much more idiot friendly.

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How can you tell whether the error is artificial or just one of the many scratches placed on the DVD by my 3 year old?

 

 

I think I'd bet on the scratches put there by the three yr old ,it can also be that the disc is crap media and over time has become unreadable you could try to polish out the scratches using toothpaste and a really soft cloth or use isopropyl alcahol to clean the disc

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