I finally had the time to buy my new dual layer burner for my desktop system (Samsung SH-203B, but in the BIOS, in Kprobe and in any bruning software it is called TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-203B, so I think it’s an OEM product).
I made a backup copy of a different DVD-Video. I first tested this copy w/ windiff (I first made an Image w/ CloneCD, than I burnt the DVD from this image and after this I mounted the Image as virtual Disk and compared the files w/ windiff). The result was, taht all files except one were identical. This one file was a .vob file, which was not very important, because it only contained the animations of the menus. Also I used my DVD-ROM-drive for windiff, because I want my DVd to work in any drive.
Because of this result in windiff I was worried about the quality of the disc and ran Kprobe2 (I ran it on the bruner, because on my old DVD-ROM-Drive Kprobe doesn’t work w/ Â±R-DL media). First I ran it at 16x, but because some of the PIF values ware over the official maximum of 4, I ran it again at 2x, but the 2x results were only much better in PI, there was only a small diffrence in PIF. I can’t run Kprobe at 2x w/ my burner.
I now want to know, it my results are O.K., althought some PIF scores are over 4. But what is for sure is that they are much better than w/ the notebook drive.
Also this DVD can be played w/o any problems, but this is also true for the othe one.
Also I want to add, that Kprobe does not only work w/ LiteOn drives, but also w/ some other brands like Samsung, because they use the same chipset.