BenQ 1640 Verbatim DvD+DL problem

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#1

This seems like a pretty bad burn? Firmware is already the latest one, i dont get why half the dvd is extremely good quality then the other half is off the charts.

Please help if you know why its causing this.

Verbatim DVD+R DL (rated 2.4x)
Media Code: MKM 001
Burned with: ImgBurn v2.4.0.0
Source: ISO
Burned at: 4.0x (DW1640 BSRB)


#2

Did you start doing anything half way? is the ide shared with a hard drive?


#3

Nope, i made sure nothing is running when i started the burns. So far i did 3 burns, and all of them is like that, at the middle point it just goes way up. Only the Burner is IDE, everything else in my computer is SATA.


#4

That’s a pretty good result for a DL burn. It could be worse, take a look at this one.

http://club.cdfreaks.com/2000931-post105.html


#5

Welcome to cdfreaks [I]thedragoon.[/I] :slight_smile:

This seems like a pretty bad burn?..
:iagree: I would say; that’s a pretty GOOD 4x burn on a DW1640. :clap:

Second layer on a DL disc can never be burned as good as the first one, we have to live with that. :wink:

Does the disc pay back well on your standalone, (if movie ofcourse)?


#6

So far the disc plays without any problem, but im not sure if there will be problems later on, i guess ill see when i get there.


#7

[QUOTE=pinto2;2000935]W
Second layer on a DL disc can never be burned as good as the first one, we have to live with that. ;)[/QUOTE]

i :iagree:

but i have never found why :doh: same Case with MKM 003 also :iagree:

can anybody explain why this happens ?


#8

[QUOTE=achemen;2001680]i :iagree:

but i have never found why :doh: same Case with MKM 003 also :iagree:

can anybody explain why this happens ?[/QUOTE]

WHY? Well, just think about how a DL is contructed and “made of”.

I have another Q: Why is that with DualLayer (-R DL) the second “layer” always burns better than the first, opposite to that what we know with DoubleLayer media (+R DL)???

A possible answer is the production process & technology used for that discs/DL itself.


#9

^^^ me too looking for the same answer :iagree: