What is a good Burn on 716A?

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#1

Drive Info ID:0 PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A V1.04 (#220507)
Test Settings Read Speed: 2X CLV
Test Interval Length: High Accuracy
Test Result Disc Info: NEW DVD-R, 4442 MB (NEW)
MCC 02RG20

Avg Max Total
PIE 0.60 23 84861
POF - - 0
Test Duration 0:27:59

Disc Info: Verbatim DVD-R Burned at 8X with Nero 6.6.0.8a


#2

Drive Info ID:0 PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A V1.04 (#220507)
Test Settings Read Speed: 2X CLV
Test Interval Length: High Accuracy
Test Result Disc Info: LAST_SAMARI_DL DVD-ROM, 7429 MB (

Avg Max Total
PIE 0.21 28 50801
POF - - 0

Test Duration 0:46:49
Disc Info: Verbatim DVD+R DL burned at 6X with Nero 6.6.0.8a



#3

That’s a good burn you got a pie under 25 meaning it will read on most or all of the devices you put it in.


#4

Drive Info ID:0 PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A V1.05 (#220507)
Test Settings Read Speed: 2X CLV
Test Interval Length: High Accuracy
Test Result Disc Info: TITANIC DVD-ROM, 7678 MB (TITANIC)

Avg Max Total
PIE 0.54 32 132191
POF - - 0

Test Duration 0:48:22
Disc Info: Verbatim DVD+R DL burned at 6X with Nero 6.6.0.8a



#5

Drive Info ID:0 PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A V1.05 (#220507)
Test Settings Read Speed: 2X CLV
Test Interval Length: High Accuracy
Test Result Disc Info: NEW DVD-R, 4474 MB (NEW)
MCC 02RG20

Avg Max Total
PIE 0.55 21 78812
POF - - 0
Test Duration 0:28:12
Disc Info: Verbatim DVD-R Burned 8X with Nero 6.6.0.8a



#6

Those are all great burns. You need to start worrying when the amount of errors goes above 280… But, keep in mind that the SUM8 scan you’ve done is not the only important scan. Sometimes, SUM1 can reveal problems you might not see in the SUM8 scan. SUM1 should not exceed 4 errors. Good luck!