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Old 09-27-2003, 08:30 PM   #1
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X CD-Roast stopping on errors

I am trying to copy some CD's with errors on them (I need to use the ISO's for some things, like my Mandrake 9 CD 1 for a hard disk install, CD bad from factory) and it stops on the first error it encounters. How do I make it ignore the error if I know that error isn't disasterous for the disk's usage? IE: Mandrake 9 Disk 1 has error in a K-Office RPM, but I don't use K-Office. It tells me it can't read it and asks me if I want to skip it, though the CD has no scratches or holes in it. Holes can be seen by looking at a light through the CD. They look like an illuminated scratch.


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