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ISO/Image checker Verifier????

Discussion in 'DVD±R for newbies' started by gamewooky, Oct 18, 2007.

  1. gamewooky

    gamewooky Member

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    Does anyone know of any software that can check an iso/dvd image is OK i.e. 100% non corrupt--- before I burn it to a DVDR

    Obviously there is plenty of software out there for burning and verifiying directly after--- however my problem is that its errored in the verify after burning and by this time I have already wasted a disk !!

    any help greatly appreciated!!!!

    Cheers
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    olyteddy Regular member

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    Try to open it with VLC. That may not 100% detect faults as VLC is pretty fault tolerant, but if it plays chances are pretty good the image is good.
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  4. gamewooky

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    thanks however I'm not prepared to sit and watch a full movie to see it has bad sectors I need a quick scan of an image etc before burning or software to do that !

    Images can be perfect in places and error in the last 5 minuts etc so I need a quick image checker etc?

    chances are there's probably not one for this job but hey someone may know of something?
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    Yes thanks but most of the time I only have the Image itself
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    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    What else would you need? Open Imgburn in "build" mode and browse to your image and perform a "test burn"

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