I used that program and it did create entire files rather than give an error message and stop copying. Unfortuneately, the file it created won't open or play==so, that means to me that large area's of the disk have corrupted areas?
I would think I had a bad dvd+rw except for the fact that I erased it and then got a perfect recording in my other machine. There "might be" dirt or dust in the ILO but it is "brand new" and shouldn't have that problem. Course, it shouldn't have the problem of not being able to burn a disk either. Burns the Sony write once disks "fairly" well==ie one coaster out of four so far.
Its a small sample but these disks are failing or getting corrupted mostly after about 2 hours of recording and the disks come out of the unit very warm to the touch. I wonder if this is an overheating problem?
I don't trust hot electronics. I'm going to return this model and look for another liteon or maybe a panasonic.
Super DVD Copy looks like it might be a good program for those disks that only have a small patch of bad recording?===>Thanks for the help. Bobbo.