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I have a lot of pictures stored on CD-ROM's which over time start to loose data.
I want to recover as much data as possible and store it on my NAS. I have assembled my experience in this blog sort of a tutorial and reference.
1. Install ddrescue (gddrescue)
2. How it works - Manuals
3. Figure out your devices and prepare ddrescue
4. Use it on a damaged CD-ROM (data loss due bad sectors)
5. Recover as much data from data CD-ROM as possible
Posted 06-19-2012 at 10:47 AM byerror_401 Updated 06-24-2012 at 04:28 AM byerror_401(New Information)
Had some time to fiddle with my netbook lately.
As I use it only for work abroad to connect to the internet and listen to music it was not a priority to change the OS on that one too. And sometimes it comes in handy to have a native Windows System running somewhere.
So I decided on setting up LINUX Debian 6.0 Squeeze to dual boot with Windows XP SP3.
First I had to generate a bootable USB stick following the instructions given in the debian.org tutorial....