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Recover Bad Disc


merrick61

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I recently recorded data onto 3 DVDs. I am gathering Roxio uses a proprietary system to via the Roxio Retrieve where it splits the data across the discs. In trying now to access the files (they are wav files)

one of the discs is completely unreadable. In the program however I am able to read from the disc and it has read one long "track" or ISO file. I assume this ISO file contains the multiple WAVs I had on the disc embedded in it.

 

Is there a way to convert the ISO's to WAVs to restore my file so I can play them??

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I recently recorded data onto 3 DVDs. I am gathering Roxio uses a proprietary system to via the Roxio Retrieve where it splits the data across the discs. In trying now to access the files (they are wav files)

one of the discs is completely unreadable. In the program however I am able to read from the disc and it has read one long "track" or ISO file. I assume this ISO file contains the multiple WAVs I had on the disc embedded in it.

 

Is there a way to convert the ISO's to WAVs to restore my file so I can play them??

 

Splitting files across discs is a Voodoo operation and generally does not work well… Like any backup, recovery must be tested before assuming all is well.

 

Some things you can try, is to retrieve with another PC. Sometimes it will work that way.

 

If you didn't use compression with the project it may be recoverable through 3rd party software like ISO Buster, here. {fixed link!}

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