Some scans - think my drive's going

vbimport

#1

I’m, wondering if the burner’s on its way put considering these scans. What I don’t understand is that IMG Bun verified the discs.

First one’s 4x or 8x, I forget - second one was accidentally left on ‘max’, but the PC it was on is fairly slow so I’m not sure that it even hit 8x.

Scanned at 4x.

Media info:

Nero CD-DVD Speed: Disc Info
Basic Information
Disc type: : DVD-ROM
Book Type : DVD-R
Manufacturer: : unknown
MID : n/a
Write speeds:
Blank Capacity : 4.36 GB
: 4465 MB
: 4682317824 bytes
Extended Information
Layers : 1
Copyright protection : n/a
Recorder information
Disc Status : Closed
Raw Data
Physical Format Information (00h)
0000 - 25 0F 02 00 00 03 00 00 00 25 E2 CF 00 00 00 00 - %…%…
0010 - 00 60 00 10 20 30 40 50 00 00 00 21 00 00 00 00 - .`…0@P…!..
0020 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - …
0030 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - …

1st Scan: Nip/Tuck season 1 disc 2

General Information
Drive: LITE-ON DVD SHD-16P1S
Firmware: GS07
Disc: DVD-R ( 0@P !)
Selected speed: 4 X
PI errors
Maximum: 252
Average: 63.76
Total: 929803
PI failures
Maximum: 156
Average: 9.20
Total: 105683
PO failures: n/a
Jitter: n/a
Scanning Statistics
Elapsed time: 20:20
Number of samples: 22822
Average scanning interval: 6.22 ECC
Glitches removed: 0

2nd scan: Trial & Retribution volume 8

General Information
Drive: LITE-ON DVD SHD-16P1S
Firmware: GS07
Disc: DVD-R ( 0@P !)
Selected speed: 4 X
PI errors
Maximum: 414
Average: 120.06
Total: 1756427
PI failures
Maximum: 237
Average: 49.37
Total: 726861
PO failures: n/a
Jitter: n/a
Scanning Statistics
Elapsed time: 20:23
Number of samples: 22810
Average scanning interval: 6.26 ECC
Glitches removed: 11


#2

@ groovemeister,

When I see the Disk ID displayed as Disk ID: +0@P! I get suspicious as to the “QUALITY” of that particular Media.

Before jumping to possibly the incorrect conclusion about your Drive suggest obtaining known proven quality blank Media such as Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim Media and burn that known proven quality blank Media at or slightly slower than Media rated speed and then you can make a meaningful determination about your Drive.

Regards,
bjkg


#3

[I]groovemeister,[/I] we have seen all this before… :wink:
Use a dvd burner for scanning.

BTW, click floppy at top of app window and save pic with .png extention. Half the size and 300% better quality. :flower:


#4

Sounds like bullox media. And I’ve noticed that if your clonedvding a bad disk from the start the new copy will keep some of the errors, but in this case it seems to be more extreme due to the unknown dvd…
Well the second one seems to be a better burn at “max” oddly


#5

[quote=pinto2;2004388][I]groovemeister,[/I] we have seen all this before… :wink:
Use a dvd burner for scanning.[/quote]

Yay i learnt something else, but i did encounter what I mentioned before scanning with my dw1620 @ b7W9


#6

[QUOTE=bjkg;2004385]@ groovemeister,

When I see the Disk ID displayed as Disk ID: +0@P! I get suspicious as to the “QUALITY” of that particular Media.

Before jumping to possibly the incorrect conclusion about your Drive suggest obtaining known proven quality blank Media such as Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim Media[/QUOTE]I always buy Verbatim - and that’s what it is.


#7

Qscanning with this DVD-ROM is kinda useless. :wink:


#8

OK, first one scanned in the drive that they were burned in…




#9

…And the second one.




#10

the scans seem passable. The blue errors aren’t supposed to mean much… I’ve never had dvd’s or cd’s fail on me even if most of my scans show high PIE. I am not sure what that’s “supposed to indicate” but the yellow ones being below 4000 is normally a good sign.