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Old 07 November 2006, 15:23   #4
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The best would be to try different CD Readers on the CD's because some drives have better error correction and possible would read more files. Burners often have better quality than normal read-only CD/DVD drives.

The DMS files have indeed a CRC16 for the headers/tracks so an corruption would be detected with a high probability. Batch convert to adf is possible with XDMS and all errors would be shown.

I suggest to scan the adf's with the latest Tosec dat and then check the remaining files for errors with an adf tool (see FAQ for Tools). For example ADFREN by Feltzkrone shows defect files on a dos disk on the fly but you must load the adf manually. I do not know any batch tool for this work.
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