I’ve noticed a huge difference in the 100 pack spindle of TY CD-R I just opened. The TY came directly from Taiyo Yuden in Illinois! While the C1 errors are OK, and there are no C2 errors, the Jitter graph is funky with negatively deflected spikes which I have never experienced before. The discs were burned on a Plextor 716A with firmware 1.09. Nero scans were done on a BenQ 1640 firmware BSLB and BSMB
I recently installed a new SATA harddrive and installed Win XP and use it with my 2 older Parallel IDE drives. I have the MSI Neo 2 Platinum motherboard and have always used the nVidia drivers WITHOUT issue. Also with this new install, I loaded Nero 7 (v.7.0.12).
Since I was able to burn CD’s without the fugly Jitter spikes with Nero 6.x, I’m thinking that either the new Nero or the new spindle of TY CD-R is responsible, or maybe it just is an artifact and not a true Jitter issue. Why there are no spikes when the media was burned at 32X is a mystery to me. BTW, these are consecutive discs on the spindle. All Read Transfer Rate scans look good and there are no problems with the playback of these discs.
- Nero Disc Info
- Nero Disc Quality Burned at 16X
- Nero Disc Quality Burned at 32X
- Nero Disc Quality Burned at 48X
- Nero Read Transfer Rate (from 48X burn, though all RTR scans look similar)