I Have Piles wrote:Wizard I just tested another of the 24X White topped Riteks and at 40X it produced damaged sectors so i would change my opinon to 32X to be on the safe side mate. It seems they are not very consistant with quality.
cfitz wrote:Any thoughts on how, exactly, we should define an unsuccessful burn? Obviously if the burn fails outright it is no good. But what if it completes with perceived low quality? For example, I just tested a TDK 80m, 40x disc made by Ritek on my 24x Yamaha CRW3200EZ, and, although the burn completed at 24x and the disc is readable, it isn't very good quality. Too many C2 errors/damaged sectors. Definitely not media that I would recommend. Any thoughts on how to report? Should I just give it the "--" thumbs down?
dodecahedron wrote:yeah, i would also like some more clarification as to what exactly you mean by successfull burns.
0 errors with CD Speed CD Quality Test? 0 errors with ScanDisc?
Yamaha CRW3200EZ. Firmware: 1.0d:
........................TDK/RTK 80min 40X........................8X
TheWizard wrote:Good to hear. The dentist isn't as bad as people think, nothing a little novocaine can't solve.
Action Jackson wrote:cfitz wrote:....... If you never hear from me again, you know what happened.
If so, then can I have your computer system?
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