Thank you both for your advise, you are really helpful.
Paranoia is the correct word. Since I burn a lot of DVD's and, of course, don't want my money to be wasted, so I want my DVD's to last as long as possible.
I assume the Transfer Rate Test is the "Benchmark" test of Nero. Okay, so if that's the test for readability, then what is the quality check? Is the benchmark a prediction of how well the disc plays today, and the quality check of how long the disc will last?
I really hate to bother you with such basic questions, but unfortunately, when searching this forum with Google, I find only specific scans and very little general information (except 280 PIE, 4 PIF)
I burned this some time ago with (I believe) my DW1640. Is this test result any good? Note the consistent failure at 0,25 GB, all Benqs I had have this problem, on any computer, with any DVD.
Unfortunately, the only DVD-ROM I have is an Asus 16x, and it can only scan at 10x. It gives a 99 score, even to DVD's that have bad sectors and it can't read. So I'm forced to scan with my DVD-writers.