When I started making archival copies of my music CDs as CDROMS, I
always checked the “verify written data” option on Nero. However,
when I got my Plexwriter Premium drive, I relied on a Q-check for
C1/C2 errors (via Plextools) after making the backup.
I am wondering now if there is any difference between the two options
and whether I should be using both of them. I rather not, as that
adds even more time to the CD burning process.
Obviously, though, as I am making archive copies of my CDs, I want an
excellent copy. Is it sufficient to simply run a C1/C error check or
do I also need to check the verify written data option in Nero? What’s
the difference between the two? I appreciate your help.