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Unrecoverable Read error???????.

Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by Guest, Aug 6, 2004.

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  1. Guest

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    I am trying to create an image file from the Longhorn beta Release cd,using the nero, it flying thro' 50% then the following statement generated by nero "Unrecoverable read error at some location <...> on disk".But i was installed the OS by using the same CD and also i am try using another drives like sony, samsung but yet not get image.
     
  2. sailendra

    sailendra New Member

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    Just try copying the cd to a temporary folder on your hard disk using windows explorer. If there is any physical damage to the cd, then at some point, the copying will fail and u can tell which file(s) are damaged. Its possible that while installing from the media, these files are not accessed. :!:
     
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    it_waaznt_me Coming back to life ..

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    Maybe to CD is protected ..You can try to create its image and run it ..
     
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    use blindwrite to make exact copies
    or even clonecd
    i hear good things abt alcohol too
    anyways with these softwares .. amek sure u dont burn on the fly
    make an image first
     
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