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[filmscanners] Re: Archiving???!!!



What software are you referring to Mike?  And what limitations are there -
e.g. Which OS, interface (SCSI Vs. USB 1.1 Vs. 2.0).

I have both PC (windows 2000) and Mac (Mac OS X) available to me.

Brad



On 10/12/04 8:33, "Mike Kersenbrock" <michaelk@photo-3d.com> wrote:

> Arthur Entlich wrote:
>
>> And even if a neg was to get scratched or damaged, that is repairable.
>> However, a slight scratch on a CD may make it completely unreadable.
>
> Note that there are software utilities for reading CD's that have
> errors to extract the files anyway.  One I've seen (can if config'd)
> ask you (over and over again) if you want to try and re-read the
> data-block (within the file) that errored.  Ad-infinitum.  Even if
> an error persists, you can still extract files with those errors
> in them, so one may still have a photo but with a blotch in the
> file (like a scratch, with severity depending on data format,
> error location, error size, etc).
>
> Of course if the scratch is in the most inappropriate spot of the
> CD, things could get harder.... I suspect. :-)
>
> Mike K.
>
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