Did you figure out why your Nero CD/DVD Speed scan ended prematurely with "No Additional Sense Information"?
I recently flashed from BSPB to BSRB (not as good results overall compared to BSPB) then flashed down to BSLB since so many like it best. I had cleared all Learned Disks in QSuite when flashing from BSPB to BSRB.
First thing unusual I noted was a DVD+RW quick erased and burned the first time with BSLB was not readable in my Philips DVD palyer. This disc has been used many times previously, including a burn with BSRB. The disc was not recognized by Windows XP either (no directory listing) until I did another quick erase and reburned the data. Now all is fine with that disc. Was this problem because I flashed to an earlier firmware and the disc needed a second quick erase and burn before being recognized/readable?
Now I've burned a Verbatim DVD+R DL and recieved the "No Additional Sense Information" despite opening/closing the tray and even after rebooting and trying Nero CD/DVD Speed v18.104.22.168. This disc played without issue in the Philips DVD player. See picture #1. (This happened with the one and only Verbatin DVD+R DL burned with BSRB too. That disc played flawlessly in 2 diffrent brand DVD players)
Funny thing is, I got a complete scan completed without issues using an earlier version of Nero CD/DVD Speed v.4.61.2 beta, which I've used until "upgrading" to 22.214.171.124 last month. See Picture #2.
As far as I can tell, both versions of Nero CD/DVD are set up the same, the error "No Additional Sense Information" only occured with Nero Speed version 126.96.36.199, both scans were completed with the earlier version of Nero Speed 4.61.2 beta, and all discs play without incidence on standalone DVD players.
Does Nero CD/DVD Speed 188.8.131.52 have incompatability issues with BenQ 1640 burners, have problems with only certain firmware versions (BSRB, BSLB), suggests that I need to reflash the drive and do it in some specific sequence other than the standard Windows executable file from BenQ, or is my drive starting to fail?
MID: MKM 001
Brand: Verbatim (MIS)
Type: DVD+R DL (2.4x Rated)
Burned at: 8x (BenQ 1640 BSLB)
Burned with: Nero 184.108.40.206
Book Type: DVD-ROM