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How to determine the file a sector belongs to? - 11/6/2005 8:05:04 AM   
levich

 

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Hello,

I burn DVD's using Nero and enable the option to verify the content of the DVD afterwards. For a few DVD's Nero reported some erroneous sectors. Now I would like to burn a second session to the disks replacing the defect files. But for that I need to now which sectors belong to which files which is of course somehow stored in the FAT of the DVD.

My question is: is there any tool that I can use to determine the files given sectors belong to? It would be necessary that the program is also able to read in the second or third session of the DVD as sometimes write errors appear when I burn another session.

Any help is appreciated!
levich
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RE: How to determine the file a sector belongs to? - 11/6/2005 8:37:02 AM   
Antonio


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do you have your hd defragmented? sometimes this helps

personaly I don't know if this is possible, maybe someone with experience on this knows more.

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RE: How to determine the file a sector belongs to? - 11/6/2005 8:56:27 AM   
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You might want to have a look at IsoBuster.

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RE: How to determine the file a sector belongs to? - 11/7/2005 7:25:44 AM   
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Many thanks SithTracy - IsoBuster is actually not able to determine the file by specifiying a sector, but it is possible to print a file list that includes the first sector of the files. Opened in a spreadsheet-program it is possible to sort for sectors - and as dvds are not fragmented it is only necessary to know the first sector.

Cheers,
levich

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RE: How to determine the file a sector belongs to? - 11/7/2005 6:37:15 PM   
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Also, forgot to mention Golden Hawk CDRWIN has a sector viewer that may help you.

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