DVD sensetive while shut down?


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Astin

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Is this normal damage?
I was reading a large file on a DVD with laptop, and mistakenly shutdown the laptop "while reading", after switch on laptop again, the file on DVD became corrupted and cannot be read again.
 

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vince123123

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If the DVD a read only disc, it is mighty unusual.

Astin said:
Is this normal damage?
I was reading a large file on a DVD with laptop, and mistakenly shutdown the laptop "while reading", after switch on laptop again, the file on DVD became corrupted and cannot be read again.
 

bartman

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Very unlikely that there will be any damaged to the DVD disc if you just power off a while "reading" any DVD disc. It might be that your DVD disc has some minor scratches.
 

itchy

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Somehow dvd doesn't seem as stable as cd maybe due to the high vol space. After burning my pics on to dvd as backup, I notice sometimes I cannot transfer them to another computer, some error. After opening and closing a few times or reloading the dvd, i can. It's very odd. dvd convenient but jumpy..
 

evq

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itchy said:
Somehow dvd doesn't seem as stable as cd maybe due to the high vol space. After burning my pics on to dvd as backup, I notice sometimes I cannot transfer them to another computer, some error. After opening and closing a few times or reloading the dvd, i can. It's very odd. dvd convenient but jumpy..
What brand is the media u are using? And r u using DVDR or DVDRW?
 

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