thanks for the comments and ideas!
Here are my comments:
> Whats going on to me looks like you have either
> burned or read the disk at an overclocked speed
> Your graph shows avg reading speed nearly 10x, that may be too fast...
no; this is a 4x DVD+RW and burned at 4x.
Don't know why CD/DVD speed actually shows 9.65x ..
I also tried to scan it in another drive (Pioneer flashed as Poidata) with very similar results and reading speed was about 3x.
Here is this scan: http://club.cdfreaks.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=22353&stc=1
> Could you burn the DVD+RW disk with the Pioneer and do another
> scan with the BenQ or at least post the graph?
Here is it: http://club.cdfreaks.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=22354&stc=1
This is the same disc, just recorded with Pioneer.
One single PIF peak (maybe scratched), else quite good result: average PI=57 and PIF=1.5
BenQ result: average PI over 2350 and PIF over 15.
> Did you burn the discs on the Pioneer first?
> I found that I get extremely good results on
> all 4x dvd+rw's with my Benq 1620, unless I
> have burned them before with another writer.
yes, I did! Both DVD+RWs I tested are already used discs.
I also thought that this may be a promlem.... I will try to burn new disc (must bought one first).
Could complete deletion/formatting help? I'll try it now.
(too bad that I don't have new DVD+Rs at the moment...)