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I was going through my old burned DVD's (many from 10+ years ago) to compare what I had in the archives to what was available on Kametsu. I came to find that many of my old discs are completely unreadable! I even used multiple drives to check. These are Taiyo Yuden-made Verbatim brand discs, so I didn't cheap out on media. They simply have bad disc rot. This is, of course, pretty distressing as I have a lot of video material that I was hoping to conserve for the long-term. I guess I need to move to a NAS setup? What are other peoples' solutions? As it is, I'm going through my archives, keeping what works, discarding (and hopefully replacing) what doesn't. It sucks.