Ok, so I am very fussy when it comes to disks. Whenever I see any mark on the surface of a disk showing after burning I get very frustrated and debate whether I should burn it again. I recently purchased some maxell disks which have a repeated mark on most disks burnt from the reels. If I use IsoBuster “Check if files are physically readable” will it ensure that nothing is corrupted? Even in big files. Also will verifying the disk after burn have the same results?
I had a datawrite disk once and the burner messed up the die on the disk when burning. One day I use the disk and copy all the contents. I mount an image file on the disk and it mounts fine. However when I install the game from the image I get an error (not so on a clean copy), so therefore the data there is corrupted. Unfortunetely I don’t threw away the disk so I can’t scan it. I cant afford to have that happening without me knowing about it!