ATIP 97m35s44f

which CD-R manufacturer had used ATIP 97m35s44f?

According to InstantInfo (http://www.cdr-forum.de/showatip.php?ID=963), 6 discs were found using that ATIP, how correct this is though I have no clue:

“Burn Me” 74min CDR
"EZ Data" 74min CDR
"Mix" 74min CDR (2 entries)

And a couple just entered as “generic”. I believe the manufacturer is unknown, unless dakhaas can shed some light.

Google is my friend :flower:

sometimes :bigsmile: (not in this case)

LOL probably not, which is why I said I dunno how correct that is :wink:

Anyway, what’s the disc brand you have with that ATIP? You certainly get a lot of obscure stuff judging from your posts in the Tests forums :wink:

I am a fan of obscure media :stuck_out_tongue:
Medium with that ATIP is branded “Mega Multispeed”…

A while ago I found a very useful document with a list of CD-R ATIP manufacturer codes
On cdr-forum.de, by the way. That’s really strange they don’t put the link to that document to some easy-to-find place. Or maybe I’m too blind :eek: lol
According to that document, 97m35s44f is a reserved code and shouldn’t be used. (So maybe a disc with this code should be called a [I]truly[/I] obscure one :bigsmile: )

http://club.cdfreaks.com/showpost.php?p=1667227&postcount=11

thanks :clap:
I have a several media with another reserved or test ATIP codes :doh:

97m35s44f is a reserved ATIP code.
However it was abused by some smaller european manufacturers.

could you write some examples, please? :bow:

I knew you’d see this eventually :clap: :bigsmile:

Thanks for your posts :clap:
I need also some informations about ATIP 97m18s16f. I have never heard about such code, but a friend of mine have got a mini CD-R (34:12.00/300 MB) with this ATIP…


97m18s16f = Wealth Fair Investment.
Probably Nikon technology based stamper.
See also
http://review.ascii24.com/akiba/news/2001/06/09/626858-000.html
http://www.watch.impress.co.jp/akiba/hotline/20010609/etc_mini-cdr.html
Which have the more wide spread 97m18s15f version.
Could you fix me the write strategy number of that 300 mb disc ?

Quite rare media that is !!!
Also software should be able to identify that MID if not then cd-r atip identifiers are even worse as I thought.
Maybe time to fix it ???

Can’t promise anything on the 97m35s44f one for now.

I didn’t know that Nikon made optical discs…

I already guessed that it was somewhat overlength as 8 cm discs are usually 185 MB (~ 650 MB) or 210 MB (~ 700 MB). But a relationship to GD-ROM? :confused:

Nikon only seems to be involved with the stamper production.

Thanks for your informations. Unfortunately I am unable to buy or borrow this CD again so I can’t provide tests or more informations :frowning:
According to friend of mine none of available CD-R identifiers couldn’t identify that ATIP…

but last time I’ve talked with him, this CD was almost unreadable…

What is “HD Recordable”?

^ do you mean HD-Burn? IIRC that was a Sanyo tehcnology that only some burners could do? Allowed those burners to record 1.4gb on regular CDR media.

Here it is; http://www.afterdawn.com/news/archive/3379.cfm

HD-BURN is similar if not closely related to Plextor’s GigaRec.
The disc claims to be a “HD Recordable”, I guess it means High Density because it can’t be High Definition.

Hmm interesting. Even if it’s barely readable.

Yesterday I spend some time on my old cd-r atip database. It’s still far off completed.