So another possibly silly question…if an old ass cdr disc still plays fine, that would mean that the disc is still readable, right?
You still should be able to make a copy of it in say, roxio creator?
Also, once the digital info is burnt to a new disc, the info should continue to be readable as long as the dye is intact on the new disc, correct? Basically my plan is to get quality discs, label them with the date that they were burnt, and roughly every 2 years make a new copy of the previous copy to avoid losing info due to deteriation of the dye in disc…this may seem excessive to some, and i dont wish to beat a dead horse here, but i have a lot of important digital info that i need to save for myself and family…just wanted to see if this seems like a sensible plan…and if this makes sense. Id rather have overkill and piece of mind, than not enough.