[qanda]This thread is about the Samsung SH-S202N / TS-H652N. Click here to see full specs[/qanda]I have a new Samsung SH-S202N DVD Burner and an old Sony CRX320 CD Burner as a backup. I just tried making a backup of a studio session I did last week from a CompUSA (Lead Data) CDR. Using EAC, my new Samsung burner couldn't read the disc at all - sync errors on every track (this has never happened before on this drive), and when I tested it with Nero CD Speed, there were tons of C2 errors right from the get-go. Just for the heck of it, I tried my old unreliable Sony burner and low and behold, there were no ripping errors at all, and CD Speed gave it a clean bill of health. What's going on here? Now, I've never come across a Lead Data CDR before so is it possible that my Samsung burner just doesn't like this brand?