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Jam Disc Image Un-Readable


Eric Seaberg
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I've got a bunch of JAM disc images created 3 or 4 years ago that I need to reopen and burn. In some cases, they were also saved as Sd2f files. Regardless, after this many years they are unreadable! The ONLY way to get to the data is by opening them as RAW AUDIO in a program like DSP Quattro, then resaving as a WAV file, and reload into soundBlade for new track marks.

 

I also used to be able to drag these JAM files into Toast, revealling the complete playlist and PQ code, but Toast 11 won't see them either.

 

It seems that only the header information of these files is damaged. Is there any way I can open the header info and check? I have also tried changing the creator codes, but that doesn't help.

 

Funny thing is, I have all of these files on multiple drives as well as a Retrospect backup archive, and NOTHING works. Thanks for the help...

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The .sd2f files should work by dragging into the Toast Audio or Convert windows. Those already have any settings you made in Jam applied to the audio. However, any Jam document files must be opened in Jam which requires it to be on a Mac running 10.6 (I think) or earlier.

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