Thanks for your answers.
But now I am a little confused, because I can’t really follow your statements.
I tried to combine your answers and my questions, but I couldn’t always match them.
Okay, first thing: Plextor PX-820 is a rebadged NEC7200 drive without Labelflash and Lightscribe technology?
On looking through Plextor’s site, I didn’t find any information for PlexTools support of the PX-820A, but PX-800A.
The latest good known devices are PX-755A, PX-760A, PX-800A (only ATA models are considered).
Do you know, if above mentioned devices support PlexTools Q-Check features completely (see below)?
Ups, sorry. Read the thread you posted and saw the PX-800A is a rebadged Sony/NEC device. But maybe it supports despite all Q-Check features?
Can you give me a hint, link, name for other available media quality check SW / registry hacks?
Does this mean, current drives (which ones exactly please?) of LiteOn and other support DVD media quality check? With Nero utilities?
I have created a short list of scans (maybe there are more?):
- Q-Check C1/C2 Test
- Q-Check FE/TE Test
- Q-Check Beta/Jitter Test
- Q-Check PI/PO Test (especially for DVD media)
- Q-Check TA Test
Which of them are supported by current NEC or LiteOn devices?
However, want to mention again, the DVD PI/PO test is the most important to me, because I know, if DVD media is something for my bin or not.
Hope you can answer my questions. Would be great!