LiteOn DVD burners only report errors that fail C1 correction and errors that fail C2 correction. The normal (and useful) thing is to report both correctable and uncorrectable C1 errors.
In more technical terms, LiteOn DVD burners report like this:
C1 = E31
C2 = E32
And most other scanning drives report like this:
C1 = E11 + E21 + E31
C2 = E32
The best scanning drives combined with the appropriate software will report all of these:
E11, E21, E31, BLER=C1=E11+E21+E31, E12, E22, E32, C2=E32 or C2=E22 and CU=E32
Furthermore, LiteOn DVD burners are very tolerant to bad CD media, so they also tend to report even less errors than other drives would.
This makes LiteOn DVD burners a bad choice for CD scanning (but better than not scanning at all).
There will always be C1 errors (at least E11 and E21 and almost always also E31) on CD media.
In short, your results look good, but don’t jump to conclusions based on scans from such a limited scanner.
I suggest you also perform a reading test, e.g. the Benchmark test in CDSpeed, to confirm if your CDs are easily readable (produce a smooth reading graph).[/QUOTE]
So if I’m understanding correctly the C1 uncorrectable errors shown in the above scans are then all corrected by C2 correction?
Are those scans typical scans for Taiyo Yuden discs?