[RESOLVED] iso file creating

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by Yukari, Feb 21, 2020.

  1. Yukari

    Yukari Member

    When creating an iso file from creating an image file with AnyDVD HD, does AnyDVD HD emit an error when the drive has an error such as reading error?
    Ignore and create iso file until the end?
     
  2. Soft and Sly

    Soft and Sly Active Member

    My experience is AnyDVD HD will return a modal dialogue with an error and an OK button. For instance, if an external hard disk fails to seek properly, the data is not written properly thus AnyDVD reveals an error. After the OK button is pressed, I believe another dialogue appears that prompts for deletion of data written to that juncture. This has not occurred for me in quite some time, but that is how I recall the process.
     
  3. Yukari

    Yukari Member

    Thank you.

    Is an error returned even if the Blu-ray drive does not read properly?
     
  4. Soft and Sly

    Soft and Sly Active Member

    I believe so because that would be a disc read error. If I back up a scratched or damaged DVD, an error dialogue will be revealed. I would not do so if I suspected it to be damaged but it has occurred previously. None of the handful of Blu-ray discs I possess are damaged and thus cannot test Blu-ray discs specifically but the logic is valid.
     
  5. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Yes.
    It will ask you, how to proceed. Abort, Retry or Ignore. Ignore will ignore all further errors, but you'll get an error list at the end.
     
  6. Yukari

    Yukari Member

    >>Soft and Sly >>James

    Thank you very much.

    relieved.