nsumner wrote:I just tried using a DVD that I just put in the machine and the same results.
Same results with CD Speed, I presume, since CD Doctor and WSES don't work with LiteOn DVD drives.
Well, now that you have tried it in two different drives with the same results, it would seem that the source either has to be the disc itself or CD Speed and the infrastructure on which it depends.
I have three suggestions. First, try the disc in another machine with another installation of CD Speed. If it turns out okay there, which I suspect it will, that and the duplicated results on the two different drives in the original machine pretty much rule out the disc and the drives, and leave the finger pointing in the general direction of CD Speed.
Second, are you using CD Speed with Nero's ASPI layer, or with another ASPI layer? I think CD Speed is happiest with Nero's layer, although I haven't personally tried it with any other (such as Adaptec's). If you aren't using Nero's ASPI layer, then I suggest you do try it. You can get it here by clicking on the 'Nero ASPI manager' link:
Third, try testing some pressed CDs, both data and audio.