A question on pi/po error testing!

vbimport

#1

Up untill now i have always used plextools and my plextor px-712a for pi/po error testing, but after getting my new philips 1640p my girlfriend forced me to get rid of 1 of my drives for some crimbo money!(i would have kept both but shes a bitch some times!) :a . So as it was my new drive i kept the philips and sold the plextor!!
Any way what im really wanting to know is how and what do i use as an error testing program that the philips can use( read disks with) and will the results be on par with what i got from plextools with my plextor!
thank u for any help in advanced! :bow:

thebarraster! :stuck_out_tongue:


#2

You can use the Nero cd\dvd speed tool. If you don’t use Nero as a burning program, you have to install aspi. If Nero is installed, there’s no need to install aspi.
Nero cd\dvd speed tool can be download from here, http://www.cdspeed2000.com/files/NeroCDSpeed_361.zip

One tip, don’t marry your girlfriend “shes a bitch some times” It only get worse. I’m married to one :eek: :bigsmile: :confused: :rolleyes:


#3

Damn…Good plextors are hard to come by. Should have kept the drive and told the Girlfriend to like it or take a hike. Good girlfriends are a lot easier to find!!!


#4

:bigsmile: :bow: :bigsmile:
This thread rocks. :wink:


#5

Very well said oh wise one. :iagree:


#6

Oh to answer your question …Cd Speed test work real good with the 1620. Drop over to the benq forum and have a look around.


#7

I thought we were in the BenQ forum…


#8

I would actually trade any drive I owned for a good girlfriend. Wait a few years guys; maybe you will too.


#9

Me too, but I think my wife would mind…


#10

Wait a minute. . .I’m not in the BenQ forum? Where am I anyway? Oh, I do find it difficult to get where I’m going if where I am is a secret. Maybe I should pull over and ask for directions? “Where is the BenQ forum?” “Next to the LG forum? And turn left at the out-of-focus coaster mountain? Okay.” “Slow down for the speed bumps just past the Lite-On and Plextor, then turn right?” Hey, I’m already here. :slight_smile:

What was the question anyway. Oh, the girlfriend that forced you to sell your own property for money, so you need a scanning solution?

http://www.cdspeed2000.com and download “cd/dvd speed” software


#11

:slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:


#12

Hell…I guess I was the one that was lost. I just hit new posts and didn’t look to see what forum it was in, seen the guy had 2 post and thought it was probably the newbie forum. Figgered if it was the Benq forum he would had the answer.
BTW how do I get back to where I was…I wasn’t watching when I made that last turn.
Old age you know…It’s no disgrace, it’s just awful unhandy!!!


#13

Ivan, where’s the guy with only 2 posts? not in this thread I think…
thebarraster, take the 712a back … explain to your gf that 712a burns faster then benq @12x (sometime 16x), and rip faster… so less time with comp and more time with her. :smiley:


#14

Yes, the Plextor to read, the BenQ to write. That would be much faster!! By all means keep both drives.


#15

Sadly i couldnt keep both drives so i kept the 1 that i was getting better error results from in plextools(the philips blow the plextor away error wise). So will my philips be good enough to keep testing my disks with?


#16

thebarraster: Yes… why not :slight_smile:


#17

“Ivan, where’s the guy with only 2 posts?”
I don’t know, why ask me, I only wrote it?

Sorry guys, it is just one of those things, I guess.