SMiTH wrote:Either way it exists.
What do you have to gain in denying that disk rot exists?
It is a real problem.
I have seen it on tons of my audio cd's and several games.
From now on I will pass on buying retro cd/dvd based games.
That being said if some1 is selling a copy of panzer dragoon saga for 1 dollar of course I will buy it.
But, as far as collecting retro video games for cd/dvd systems, this will be on the bottom of the list for me.
I have also heard of bit rot too.
Does this mean that even cartridges are susceptible to damage?
I guess if you had all of your games backed up on redundant servers?
But, hard drives fail, networks go down, and of course power outages etc.
Lol ya nothing is full proof.
Aleron Ives wrote:game_player_s wrote:Pinholes can be caused by flaws in the painted on label of the disc
Tweeg, my dude! Where have you been hiding?
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