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Vegeta -> Red block in Read Error Test (7/2/2004 12:31:14 AM)

If I get red blocks in the error test does that mean the data in that red block is 100% unreadable and gone/corrupt or can it still be read but at a slower speed?




nicw -> RE: Red block in Read Error Test (7/2/2004 1:56:47 AM)

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ORIGINAL: Vegeta

If I get red blocks in the error test does that mean the data in that red block is 100% unreadable and gone/corrupt or can it still be read but at a slower speed?


A red block means that a read error occurred even after multiple retries. Changing read speed may have some effect on its readability, its however very doubtful as a slow down occurs when a read error is found anyway.




Dolphinius_Rex -> RE: Red block in Read Error Test (7/2/2004 4:32:14 AM)

Using a different drive is a better way of changing your results, and possibly saving your data. Of course, if your disc is this badly damaged, it would be a good idea to make a copy of it, if another drive is capable of it.




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Vegeta -> RE: Red block in Read Error Test (7/2/2004 7:36:47 PM)

Pioneer DVD-500M and my NEC2500 writer.

I get more errors with the Pioneer.

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ORIGINAL: minos

What drive do you use for read this disc?




emperor -> RE: Red block in Read Error Test (7/3/2004 6:47:39 AM)

Strange, Pioneer should be able to correct more erros than the NEC drive




Vegeta -> RE: Red block in Read Error Test (7/3/2004 5:14:32 PM)

Well I may be getting more errors with the Pioneer because it is 2 years old and it has been used quite a bit.




emperor -> RE: Red block in Read Error Test (7/5/2004 11:49:43 AM)

Could be...[:)]




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