I was looking at the Kprobe 2 thread, looking for the proper setting for speed. In a screenshot they showed 4x, so that’s what I used.
This is my result at 4x:
Then I read the Interpreting C1/C2 Error scans thread. I found this quote, and decided to run the full scan again at Max.
The other thing you need to pay attention to when looking at these scans is the scan speed. Speed = more errors. Most people will scan CDR/RW discs at max speed. but if you encounter a disc that has problems, lowering the read speed will make it easier to scan accurately. The read speed is also included on the image near the middle of the top portion.
Be wary of scans that are done at low speeds, as they will almost always show low error rates, and may not tell you much about how the disc will perform outside the scanning program.
Here is my result at Max, same disc.
I don’t get it. My results are completely opposite what the FAQ said they would be. Instead of getting more errors at Max speed, I got only about 10% of them.
IMO, Lower speed = Higher Accuracy.
Oh yeah, this was burned with a Lite-On LDW something or other (been a long time since I swapped the firmware) patched to SOHW-832S.
And yeah, as the image name says, it was a disc to disc burn, at 24x.