Hey all, not sure where to post this question, and I’m a newbie… So go figure
Anyhow, I burned some data onto a Signalex CD-R, so cheapies I got from Poundland a year ago. Just verified the disc using ImgBurn, as you do, and the disc produced verification errors in three places; One at 47%, another at 76%, and lastly one at 99%.
The question is, this disc was the master disc stored in a folder for the past 6 to maybe 9 months, but I have the contents on my hard drive and other discs so producing copies shouldn’t be a problem if one needs to be done.
Although most of my discs are perfectly readable despite these errors, that doesn’t concern me compared to how long the disc will last and readability sustainability. (Er? ) should I just scrap this disc and use the new one as the master?
EDIT - The irony of this post is that the disc refuses to be read by my Phillips writer, instead, Windows XP suggests that disc is blank and asks me what to do. Is this a sign of an unreadable disc?