Out of my element on this subject but my rule is the process of elimination to any problem.
First, I would try a different brand and see what the result is.
If the result from another brand is a good burn, at least that would seem to indicate either the media isn’t that good or at least the burner doesn’t like the media.
Next, not knowing what you use for a program, I would recommend ImgBurn to see if it works better. This program is the very best at burning, bar none.
Another thing to try is use a different decrypter…what you are using…needs to be a proven ripping software…again, don’t know what you are using.
It could possibly be a bad writer you have which means replacing it with one that does a better job.
I suppose I have been fortunate in regard to all this as I haven’t had any problems burning CDs, DVDs or blu-ray blanks…and I have used both cheapo as well as highly regarded blanks/brands…I have burned a good many memorex CDs and DVDs and for the most part, they have held up well.
But the constant of all this for me is using computer(s) that I know are working properly, the dvd/bluray writers in my signature…then using proven decrypter(s) to rip to hard drive, then use highly regarded associated progs. for any special needs…then always I use ImgBurn set to a moderate burn level…usually lowest level for CDs, 8X for DVDs and 4X for blu-rays.
I have just burned a TY CD a few minutes ago…really, it is very unusual for me to have a bad burn…maybe just dumb (good) luck on my part…
Lastly, don’t give up, there has to be a reason for what is going on and a good chance of an easy solution.