Quikee2: You sure, hehe? Then why does everyone thump their BenQ’s so widely saying to scan at 8x as that is pretty much the forum standard for BenQ’s? Not trying to start a disagreement - just really curious on this one - I know it reads up to 8x on maximum but I thought maximum effected error rates somehow. Hey, I’m still learning myself and always willing to learn more!
Pitogiros: If you want to try this you can. Start the computer in Safe Mode, flash to B7L9 and then reboot and then burn a test disc (I’d do the create data disc in Nero CD/DVD Speed personally!). After you do this, don’t worry about scanning it, restart back into safe mode and then flash to B7T9/U9 once again and restart back to normal. Do a normal burn and see how you turn out.
I don’t know if it’ll work or not but it’s worth a shot. Of course when I refer to B7L9 I mean the official flasher - not the .cvt file and WinDWFlash.