Things to see from your logs:
1, You really should only use the format level logging at this time, as the rest makes it very difficult to read. You can set this by using -l8, the output will be very clean and only the data we are actually interested in at this stage.
2, For dumping you use this command:
DTC.exe -l15 -fC:\Kryoflux\GUI Images\Aliens\track -g0 -i0 -i2 -d0 -p -e83
Compare this to the ones given before.
You will find, that there is no guide format specified at all.
In other words you are just blindly dumping a disk, and give the system no chance to verify what is being read.
Dislike some belief, blind reads are almost never correct for an entire disk, you are really pushing your luck here - and it as you can see later, it fails.
Instead (unless you just want to try your luck, or dump something for analysis) you should always specify the format to verify against during dumping, that's what we refer to as a guide format.
That way if some data is bad, it will be re-read automatically.
3, Since you already have bad data as the source for your g64, don't expect to it become somehow good - it won't.
Garbage in, garbage out.
Actually, during the g64 conversion you can now see all the bad tracks/sectors if you watch the output carefully.
It would be very evident what's happening if you used the -l8 option, ie restrict the output to format information only.
4, You add all the tracks to your 64 file. You hardly ever need that; DTC normally can automatically decide what's really needed, based on your preference.
In the case of c64, you should aim for only using every second track, ie use the option -k2 during the conversion.
Again, please try the commands posted before for this.
This does NOT mean that protection data on half-tracks won't be included, DTC can automatically recognise such data (for example the Xemag protection, regardless of its exact location on the disk or a disk like Bounty Bob with spira-tracks) and will include it in the image - it just won't use junk/crosstalk from the unused tracks, because you told it you don't want all the data, just what it thinks is necessary.
Please dump and convert your disk using the commands discussed/posted before and post your log only for the format decoding. If you keep on using the GUI, please check the command generated based on your selection, and correct your settings until you get the desired values, e.g. select multiple formats correctly to enable integrity checks; stream+whatever c64 format your dump for imaging.
Please let us know of your progress