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DVD with unreadable sector

I burned a DVD to send to a duplicating house in Singapore. I had no problems with the disc in my burners or players, but the duplicating house said that it had an unreadable sector. How do I fix the problem or scan the disc for similar problems before sending another disc?

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One way that I test the discs is to rip your burned disc back on to your computer with ImgBurn - usually if there are unreadable sectors, ImgBurn will report it.

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