Another member on this forum wrote:
Since scanning is nearly fiction unless the end product is to be a scan, you should also employ other means of quality checking. DVDDecryptor, with "ignore errors" preference set to "off" can be used in file mode to copy newly written discs back to the hard drive. This will check data integrity. If it is not 100%, Decryptor will report an error.
I thought that the scandisc option in cdspeed checked for any errors. I don't want to wear down my drive by doing all kinds of data verfiication tests. Is the scandisc option enough? Would this porposed method with dvd decrypter even work on a regular data DVD? I though dvd decrypter was only for DVD movies?
I use my burner predominantly for data backup. What are the best ways to verify data integrity without killing a drive with too many tests?