Re: checking integrity of already written CD/DVD more info
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- Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 10:34:41 +0200
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On 31.03.09 12:57, Paul E Condon wrote:
> I did an experiment with the drive that always truncated the dd read
> of the CD. The iso is lenny business card. This iso is 18133 blocks
> of 2048 bytes each. The read back using dd on the short read drive
> is 18104 2kblocks long, which is 29 block short of a full load.
> I think this is good news for people who are unlucky enough to have
> only disk drives that give too short a read-back from a CD.
shouldn't they replace their CD/DVD drives instead?
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