dareino wrote:Also is it importan to verify the data on the disc? I mean if its corrupt there nothing I can do anyways right?
If it is corrupt and the data is important to you, then yes, there is something you can do: burn another copy.
I don't generally use Nero's verify switch on every burn. Rather, when I get a batch of discs I check the first few I burn with tools such as CD Speed's Quality Check or CDCheck to verify that they are okay. Then I usually just trust that if the first few are okay, all the rest will be as well. If I am burning something really important, then I will check it specially.
It shouldn't take 15 minutes to verify a disc. CD Speed can check a disk in 2.5-3 minutes.
dareino wrote:One last thing, my MB is uses USB 1.1, is it worth it to buy a USB 2 adapter card?
Absolutely! You are choking your burner's throughput by limiting it to USB 1.1 transfer speeds. That is why it is taking 15 minutes to verify (and burn) your discs. Your drive is capable of burning a disc in about 3 minutes if it isn't limited by USB 1.1. The same goes for verifying a disc.