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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
"100 Generations CD-R Test"
Fri, April 02 2004 | 1:55PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The premise of this article is simple: To burn 100 generations of a CD and then compare the 100th generation copy with the original CD to see if the data is the same or if there are any differences. Now, I don't mean making 100 copies of the same CD; that would be pointless. I'm talking about making a copy of a copy of a copy, 100 times. In other words, take an CD (original) then copy it making "gen 1". Then copy "gen 1" which gives you "gen 2". Then copy "gen 2" which gives you "gen 3". Do this until you get to "gen 100". So you see, "gen 100" is a copy of "gen 99" which is a copy of "gen 98"...... all the way back to the original CD. You get the point."
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