great!Spazmogen wrote:Next up on my list of things to do: make the long overdue 99 minute overburning page changes. I'll include 99 Minute discs for SVCD's & Data discs too.
MediumRare wrote:You may want to get a newer version of K's Probe- the latest ones include the manufaturer in the info panel. I'm curious if it gets your NanYa's right.
TheWizard wrote:Spaz: Care to do a quick Nero ScanDisc on those discs so I can add them to the Media Compatibility Thread?
I appreciate it.
LiteOnGuy wrote:I'm confused. On your web site, Spazmogen, none of the Samsung discs had any C2 errors at all. I noticed that the CD Speed Scandisc showed yellow squares. I thought the yellow squares indicated C2 errors.
Spazmogen wrote:RED is a C2 error.
Spazmogen wrote:That disc was also in a trash can next to the computer. It had been there for 3 days before I dug it out, dusted it off and did the read test.
Spazmogen wrote:Oddly, if I run the CD Quality test, my drive will not go above 10x while reading it. It goes right to 52x for normal cd reading applications, just not this one.
I flashed up to 6S0D recently (under DOS). I wonder if that has something to do with it.
Spazmogen wrote:LiteOnGuy wrote:I'm confused. On your web site, Spazmogen, none of the Samsung discs had any C2 errors at all. I noticed that the CD Speed Scandisc showed yellow squares. I thought the yellow squares indicated C2 errors.
RED is a C2 error.
MediumRare wrote:Spazmogen wrote:BTW: I solved the DMA problem.
6S0D forced the drive back to PIO mode.
I reverted back to 6S0C and all is fine again.
That's scary! I've never heard of that happening before.
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