Dvd Rot

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by jonasredant, Jul 30, 2006.

  1. jonasredant

    jonasredant

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    I have DVD’s (pressed) dvd.JPG , although they play correctly, they have a large stain on the reading surface. (see image in attachment)
    It looks like a coffee stain. According to sources on the web this is due to DVD-ROT and the
    stain means that corrosion has started and the DVD will become unreadable in the future.
    But according to the shops were I bought the DVD’s nothing is wrong. About 1/3 of my DVD’s
    has such coffee stains. What is going on ? Please some help
     
    jonasredant, Jul 30, 2006
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