eric93se wrote:You might get better results at 8x or even 12x!!
Also Qscan has a known bug with the BSMB FW. Personally I think its useless/pointless, just burn the disc then do a quality scan with CD-DVD speed to determine if the speed/settings are appropriate.
Also you need to try turning off solid burn and also try turning off wopc. Your results will vary with different media codes. Your discs MID is optodiscr008, and isn't considered great media.
Both OCFreak and Myself has no problem with OPTODISCR008 media at 8x and even 12x using SolidBurn and Overspeed at the same time.
I think that SOMETHING is holding the drive back here... is DMA enabled? The disc should NOT be burning at 4x only. The same problem was happening with Sony 8x DVD+Rs too... so I think we need to figure out what is causing the slow burning speed, and the quality issue will probably follow.
Other then DMA, any other ideas?
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