I had scanned earlier ones that I had produced that were barely readable. I call them failed, because unlike the "good" burns, they take 15+secs of attempt at reading a disc before it will spin up. I mean, the disc is readable, but I wonder how much it is stressing the drive... Also, my DVD-ROM can't read the disc... frustrating. Got 11 coasters of a spindle of 50 so far... I checked the batch code and it reads GG000158. I think they are real, because I got them from supermediastore. Maybe my drive just does not like DVD-R's very much. Maybe I should switch to DVD+R's. Maybe I will buy a few, and try. If even that fails, then this drive belongs in the garbage... I am scanning one of the 2 "good" burns so far, and up till this point, its looking to be of worse quality via the test... Strange, how the high quality one doesn't work like the other one does... this is really racking my brain..
Does anyone else have the problems of their discs taking along time to access? along with the weird struggling sounds?
::NOTE:: scan of the "good" disc is included. Looks to be lower quality than the "failed" burn.