There are discs with MBI stampers and MBI ATIP in the same box, too! (a blue disc with the same date code as the orange disc)
Verbatim DVD+R 16x Made In India (MBI, 04/2005)
MID: MCC 004
Verbatim DVD-R 16x Made In Taiwan (CMC, 12/2005)
MID: MCC 03RG20
Ultron DVD+R printable 8x
MID: MCC 003
Hub Code: DVD+R 2C+180349U28A1-1-1 0601172104-210248
Stamper Code: DP-4.7G S02 TE
What’s this? Fake MCC from Datatrack?
Verbatim DVD+R DL 2,4x Made In Singapore
MID: MKM 001
Verbatim DVD-R DL 4x Made In Singapore
MID: MKM 01RD30
Verbatim DVD-R DL 8x Made In Singapore
MID: MKM 03RD30
Verbatim DVD+R printable 8x Made In Taiwan (Prodisc, 06/2004)
MID: MCC 003
Verbatim DVD+R printable 4x Made In Taiwan (CMC, 01/2004)
MID: MCC 002
Verbatim DVD-RW 2x Made In Singapore
MID: MCC 01RW11n9
Verbatim CD-RW 700MB 24x Made In Taiwan (CMC, 06/2003)
ATIP: 97m34s24f (Verbatim)
ednet. CD-R 700MB 40x
ATIP: 97m24s26f (Computer Support Italy)
Primedisc CD-R 800MB 24x
ATIP: 96m43s37f (Ritek/Primedisc)
No, these media were likely made by Info Source Multi Media Ltd. ISSM used the same machinery as Euro Digital Disc (Singulus Streamline DVDR lines) and the serial numbering systems were similar.
The old 16x Verbatim should have also good quality
Auchan DVD-R 8x (OPTODISCR008)
Intenso DVD-R 4x 25er (OPTODISCR004)
SK DVD-R 4x (NANYA-JC001) 25er
SKC DVD-R (SKC Co.,Ltd.]) 20er
What us the MID code?
Oops, it´s OPTODISCR004
A lot of Optodisc at my last bought
Nothing extraordinary this time
Memorex CD-R 700MB 1x-24x 97m26s66f (CMC Magnetics Corp.) (I think it’s nice with MTV’s logo, and no DVD recordable media in the portfolio ), some numbers: 6159FG27125744LHD0, CD-R 80 CBLH5987, 0603
Traxdata BD-RE 2x, MIT, RITEK-BW1-001
S8300001BD012X08031920B, RITEK BD-RE ?CM04?
Auchan BD-RE 2x, MIT, CMCMAG-CN2-000
BEB635 TH291922369 RA R4, 04E1 031B, CMBE2DV10 M0927-02
Philips DVD+R 1-4x, MIT, CMC MAG F01-00
All three discs have some discolouring from the centre, I don’t expect extraordinary longevity from those
I just purchased a Sandisk 1TB SSD to update my old RagingPC that I built with my son in 2009.
I haven’t done anything to it since the last upgrades in 2011.
Put a fresh install of Windows 10 on the new drive. Left Win7 on the old one. I automagically ended up with a dual boot system…Microsoft lets me choose.
Oh, and HI everybody, it seems I haven’t been on here since November 2015.
Maxell DVD-RAM 5.2 GB, will a standard drive be able to record to it after removing from the cartridge?
Planet Earth II, Blu-Ray + 4K UHD edition, when winter comes I will have something to test UHD “friendlyness” of my LG drive
Probably not. I think DVD-RAM V1.0 will not be supported by writers of the last 10 years
I just tested all of my drives, and you were right - in best case they could identify the disc, but not write to it. All PLDS/LiteOn drives detected the disc flawlessly, most TSST drives failed except for one slim model. Below some info about the disc:
PLDS DVD+-RW DH-16ABS PD11 (USB) Current Profile: DVD-RAM Disc Information: Status: Complete State of Last Session: Complete Erasable: No Sessions: 1 Sectors: 1 218 960 Size: 2 496 430 080 bytes Time: 270:54:60 (MM:SS:FF) Supported Write Speeds: 1x; 2x TOC Information: Session 1... (LBA: 0) -> Track 01 (Mode 1, LBA: 0 - 1218959) -> LeadOut (LBA: 1218960) Physical Format Information (Last Recorded): Book Type: DVD-RAM Part Version: 1 Disc Size: 120 mm Maximum Read Rate: 10.08 Mbps Number of Layers: 1 Track Path: Parallel Track Path (PTP) Linear Density: 0.409 to 0.435 um/bit Track Density: 0.74 um/track First Physical Sector of Data Area: 200 704 Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 1 487 999 Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 0 Format Capacities: DT: 0x00 - NB: 16767488 (0x00FFDA00) - TDP: 2048 Performance (Write Speed): Descriptor 1... -> B0: 0x00; B1: 0x00; B2: 0x00; B3: 0x00 -> EL: 16777215 (0x00FFFFFF) -> RS: 2 770 KB/s (2x) - WS: 1 385 KB/s (1x) Descriptor 2... -> B0: 0x00; B1: 0x00; B2: 0x00; B3: 0x00 -> EL: 16777215 (0x00FFFFFF) -> RS: 2 770 KB/s (2x) - WS: 2 770 KB/s (2x)
Just wonder why it detects a write speed without MID
I have no idea, all drives reported same info in ImgBurn except for burning speed (most of the drives tested reported only 2x).
I guess the most drives don´t support 1x for DVD-RAM. My oldest DVD-RAM are 2x, AFAIK this speed is the lowest speed for DVD-RAM V2.0
A JBL Flip 4 (black) and also a 2TBextrenal Toshiba HDD for mass storage.