Burning the lightscribe label side is no problem at all, they come out really great.
It's just that lately when I've played these disks on a weaker dvd player, it skips a lot. On a newer dvd player I might only notice 1 or 2 skips, but still...these cost me 1$ each and I would like them to be near perfect.
I use the Lite-on 20a3h to burn the lightscribe label, then I burn the data side with either the Lite-on 20a1P(kl0p) or the Benq 1640(bsrb).
Is it alright to burn the data side in non lightscribe drives? I've been mainly using the Lite-on 20a1P to do the data side. One note, the drive vibrates like hell! I've read some threads about this drive being this way so I guess that's suppose to happen. I burn these MCC 03RG20 dvd's at 8x.
Should I be using the Lite-on 20a3h to burn the data side as well? Or can the 20a1P and benq 1640 do it as well?
Any speed recommendations or is 8x ok?
I just finished a movie and it skipped consistently throughout and got a bit worse at the end. I'll show you a disc quality scan I just did with the 20a1P.
I don't know why it's so bad. The other computer I use to burn dvds on, is a Pentium 4/1.8/1.5 gig RAM, but it's a fresh installation of xp with all the updates and drivers installed and only 13 services in the background.
The benq 1640(slave) and lite-on 20a1P(master) are both connected with 80 pin conductor.
any advice and suggestion given would be great.:flower: