I am new here, and I joined because I wanted to add to the media database because you had some media which is not listed in the media database, like TDK-branded Prodisc crap that creates coasters whenever I try burning it at any speed above 8x in my Lenovo T61 laptop, whose drive is a Panasonic UJ-852. This drive uses a Z-CLV recording scheme. Whenever my drive changes spin speeds due to the Z-CLV recording scheme, the burn fails, forcing me to force the drive into a CLV mode by setting the speed to 8x or lower. This prevents coasters from being burnt with this crud.
First, am I supposed to submit a media when the media code does not match the one in the database? The TDK crap I have has a different media code, 97m32s19f than what is in this database for TDK 52x CD-Rs, 97m26s66f.
Second, am I supposed to write a neutral description of this media, and then vote it down once the media goes up, or do I slam the media in the description when submitting the media?
Third, what am I supposed to put in the media revision blank if there is no media revision field displayed in Nero CD-DVD Speed?
Fourth, can someone explain the media submission approval process, and how the administrators decide how they decide whether to approve or reject a submission?
I submitted neutral descriptions for the TDK-branded Prodisc junk and for a Panasonic DVD-RAM that I am extremely satisfied with whose media code differs with what the database had, and hope to vote it up once it comes up. It seems that the submissions have not been cleared with the administrators yet.
Thank you very much.