I have received the error message "[filename"> in [zip file"> may be corrupt" error several times in my log files. Sometimes, it seems that ZB2CD can recover from these errors, as in the example below:
10/04/2006 5:44:03 PM > D:\Archive (10.04.2006)_001.zip burned to disc - Avg. 1729 KB/s, Max 3008 KB/s
10/04/2006 5:44:34 PM > \Buffalo\data\pharoah.doc in D:\Archive (10.04.2006)_001.zip may be corrupt.
10/04/2006 5:44:34 PM > Errors found in: D:\Archive (10.04.2006)_001.zip
10/04/2006 5:44:36 PM > Archive (10.04.2006)_001.zip - Compare started
10/04/2006 5:49:06 PM > Archive (10.04.2006)_001.zip - Burned and compared with source, OK
Yet at other times, there is an error in the burned file:
10/05/2006 4:37:12 AM > D:\Archive (10.04.2006)_006.zip burned to disc - Avg. 1867 KB/s, Max 3075 KB/s
10/05/2006 4:43:32 AM > \Buffalo\media\video\The Drama Teacher.mpg in D:\Archive (10.04.2006)_006.zip may be corrupt.
10/05/2006 4:49:46 AM > Errors found in: D:\Archive (10.04.2006)_006.zip
10/05/2006 4:49:48 AM > Archive (10.04.2006)_006.zip - Compare started
10/05/2006 4:53:47 AM > Error written disc file different from source file
What exactly does the "may be corrupt" error mean? Is this an error in the zip file as written to the temp location? Can ZB2CD later recover from these types of errors when burning to the CD/DVD?