All my Lite-Ons stop scanning at the layer split when I try to scan Verb DL burns at 4x. They'll scan at 8x with no problem. Is this normal or should I look for a problem somewhere?
I'm using the latest version of Nero DiscSpeed.
I have the same problem with my 20A4P, no idea why.
But mine has proven itself as a good 8x scanner so it doesnt bother me that much.
Some LiteOns have the problem when show Jitter on is in CD/DVD-Speed on is …
try whit jitter off and scann again
sry f my en…
same prob. here too i will try without jitter on
This is a problem with CD Speed (newer versions).
I use this older version for scanning DL media.
[B]CLICK here if you want to try it[/B]
Tried 22.214.171.124. No luck, but scan of the first layer looks interesting.
Scans with other drives are on http://club.cdfreaks.com/2104820-post159.html
[quote=Womi;2105750]I have the same problem with my 20A4P, no idea why.
But mine has proven itself as a good 8x scanner so it doesnt bother me that much.[/quote]My 20A4P seems to be good for 8x scanning as well. I am a bit surprised because my 20A1S definitely isn’t.
Nero CD-Speed v.4.51.1 scans at 4x.
[quote=Ev0-RoX;2105760]Some LiteOns have the problem when show Jitter on is in CD/DVD-Speed on is …
sry f my en… ;)[/quote]Thanks for the suggestion. That worked!
Damn. 126.96.36.199 has the same problems (i should have checked further).
4.6 seems to work too.
[QUOTE=larc919;2106608]Thanks for the suggestion. That worked![/QUOTE]
Did you specifically test it with the 20A4P?
OK, I just tried a DL scan with my 20A4P, and it would only work with 4.60 and earlier. Turning off jitter in 188.8.131.52 and later did not work. I also notice that 4.60 and earlier don’t even bother with jitter for DL scans, so the bug is somewhere in the CDSpeed code for jitter in later versions.
[quote=negritude;2107155]Did you specifically test it with the 20A4P?[/quote]Yes. I’m using Nero DiscSpeed 184.108.40.206. But scanning at 4x doesn’t always work. At any rate, there’s not much difference between 4x and 8x scans. Here’s one scanned at 4x: