32123s Damaged sectors after overclock (Or not?)

I succesfully overclocked my Lite-On 32123s to a 40125s. After burning a few test cd’s and testing them with Nero Cd Speed’s ScanDisk I got a little bit worried.

For instance:

When I check a burned cd@40x in my overclocked Lite-On it tells me that 20% is damaged. When I check that same cd in my DVD player of my notebook 0.1x% is damaged?!?!?

What to believe? What are your opinions about ScanDisk checking of cd’s?!?!?

What to believe? What are your opinions about ScanDisk checking of cd’s?!?!?
I don’t trust it personally

Could somebody who uses a overclocked 32123s test if their cd has damaged sectores, preferrably on two cd/dvd players? I want to know if this is a common problem or not :cop:

Nope, no damaged sectors here, burning CMC 24x at 40x (!) on an overclocked 24103S->32123S->40125S.
Tested with my LTD-165H and my standalone JVC DVD player (it nags at me if I use bad media, but it plays my CMC discs :))
Use good media and everything will be fine.