|Try washing the disk with warm, soapy water and pat dry with a soft, lint-free cloth. After nine years, it may have built-up a layer of dirt on the surface. I've had to wash a lot of CD/DVD's over the years, including genuine Windows XP installation disks. This may not work for you, but it takes only a few minutes to try. |
You may still need to use UDF software, as suggested above, but a dirty disk will give you problems, no matter what format the disk was recorded in.
There are also programs available that profess to be able to rip files from damaged disks. If your disk has scratches (no matter how light they may be) the data may be seen to be corrupted/damaged. I've never used any of these particular programs, so can't say whether or not they work. Here's a freeware one that I found with a google search.
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