Hi guys. I ran a search, but couldn't find the answer I'm looking for. Perhaps I used some poor keyword choices.
Anyways, my question is: What is the purpose of verifying data after it is burned to CD?
I understand that there may be some needs or concerns to have the copy be identical to the original, but say for media (movies, music, etc.) should this be a concern? The reason I ask is because I've burned some data CD's and they fail the verification, but are still useable (readable) files. Before I delete these files from my hard drive, I would like to know if it's a good idea to try and burn "better" copies of my data.
Thanks guys for your help!