CD-ROM recovery software?
bms at mscis.org
Wed Apr 8 12:20:59 MDT 2009
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Michael Torrie wrote:
> Never hurts to try it, at least to get a rip. Sounds like your disk is
> basically a write-off anyway.
> However, I'm doubtful this would work. The crack has most likely ripped
> the aluminum foil data layer. Also, even if you can super-glue it, even
> if you buff the bottom, you'll still see the crack (and so will the
> laser). So it may sort of work, but you'll get lots of errors and
> I say you should try it though.
I was thinking the same on both counts. It might be worth a try, even
if it is just for the last track that I couldn't rip, but it probably
won't work. At least I still have the old mp3 rip I did years ago. I
might have an Apple Lossless rip lying somewhere, maybe I can convert
that to flac... but that's a different topic...
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