AML_1 Kprobe

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#1

Hey Guys,

I was playing around with my Lite-On 165H6 HV9N and Kprobe.
Had some old MicroCenter Platinum DVD+R 1-4x lying around.
So I thought I’d just burn the disk and do a Kprobe on it.

These are AML1

Did a create a data disk on Nero 6.
Then I did this scan on the disk using Kprobe.
What do you think!!!
Suprised the heck out of me.


#2

Same disk with Nero Speed Disk



#3

What’s the TRT like? :slight_smile:


#4

Wow. Excellent scans, especially considering this media types’ mediocre reputation.
I wonder whether they’ll age well though…


#5

Not too much of a suprise for me, I have burned hundreds of AML002 and they’re actually quite decent media. They have been stable so far, some going back to around 16 months or so.


#6

Don’t know how well they will age. Blank disks are already a few years old (had them sitting on an old bookcase which I had to clean because the wife wanted the room repainted).

These are AML001, so you know they are a few years old.


#7

No too bad imo…



#8

Actually that’s a pretty bad TRT for a LiteOn drive, but the dips seem to be at fixed intervals so I wonder whether this could be due to some other (background) process you’re running?

If you’re not already running CDSpeed with the “Realtime” priority, then I suggest you change this in options (File => Options , Priority: Realtime) and do the TRT again without anything else (except system tasks) running.


#9

Thanks for the suggestion, made the changes.

What do you think??



#10

Ran it again, I guess the the drop in speed at 1.5 gig was just a blip.