I have a DVD disc that’s a bit scrathed up but not too bad as not to be read at all.What I’m wondering is: is it possible that I have extracted an ISO image of the disc along with errors?
Since I’m sure I confused you I’ll give an example:
let’s say I have an ISO image of some sort.Let’s say I burn it to a DVD-R and I delete the image from my HDD after a while I’ve used the given DVD-R it has a bunch of scratches.And I decide to make an ISO image of it.And the ISO image is different from the one I burnt before.
Is it possible that the program reading the ISO image from the disc reads a faulty image without giving error messages as to the disc being faulty.
For example DVD Decrypter gives a error message when the disc is so badly scratched that it cannot be read.What I’m asking is if it’s possible to have a faulty image after the so called “successful operation” message in DVD Decrypter or any ISO reading program?