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Old 30 Sep 2008, 08:22 AM   #1
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Default Bad Batch of TYs

I just drop off a bad batch of TY02s printables at Supermedia Store. These were -R 8xs, I had 200 of them. Their going to send me a replacement tomorrow.

Using these same disk I would get scans with Nero CD-DVD Speed anywhere from below 100 to 400 PIF total errors. With this batch I was getting errors of as high as 5500.

I was wondering if anyone else ever had a problem like this with Taiyo Yuden 02s. Thanks
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Old 30 Sep 2008, 09:51 AM   #2
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if anyone else ever had a problem like this with Taiyo Yuden 02s

do a search/google for the hub codes
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Old 30 Sep 2008, 11:33 AM   #3
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the - can go any where
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Old 30 Sep 2008, 12:31 PM   #4
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@Chewy, I put the hub number into google and it came up blank. Are you suppose to us all 14 digits?
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Old 30 Sep 2008, 02:29 PM   #5
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I bought a 50 pack of TYs this month. The first several burned with no problems, but now I'm running into a problem discs. About 8 of them in the last week.
Needless to say after so much praise for them, I'm disappointed that I got what's appearing to be a bad batch. I've used too many to send back for replacement.
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Old 30 Sep 2008, 03:34 PM   #7
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The code along the inner rim reads-in reverse
582000GG
The opaque hub code is-
NM7115A304011GG
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Old 1 Oct 2008, 01:21 AM   #8
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I thought the GG always go first?
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I thought the GG always go first?
not when you are looking at the wrong side of the disk

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^^ When I flipped the disc over, I couldn't see the inner hub code. Holding one at a steep angle, with an even brighter light-the sun through a window I can now see it..

GG007069 (this is a different disc from the one above, and I did say it was in reverse. )
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I had to go outside in direct sun to see it the first time, at least you know it's authentic TY

Remember guys TY built a new factory so they could ramp prouction a few years back
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Thanks I got GG000285. This is what comes up in google



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I bought a 50 pack of TYs this month. The first several burned with no problems, but now I'm running into a problem discs. About 8 of them in the last week.
Needless to say after so much praise for them, I'm disappointed that I got what's appearing to be a bad batch. I've used too many to send back for replacement.
Westly, you didn't happen to buy them at SuperMediaStore did you? If so, they let me return even the ones that I had already burned.
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Westly, you didn't happen to buy them at SuperMediaStore did you? If so, they let me return even the ones that I had already burned.
That's a great return policy. No, I got mine from www.genesysdtp.com.
And it may not have been the discs fault, if you'll note my thread titled 'Strange PC Burning Problem'. I'll know more as I burn a couple more later in the week.

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TY dvd's should only be bought from SMS or RIMA ... I don't even bother with Meritline (not chancing it with them).

I only buy TY's forget about Linko (SMS brand TY) or anyone else's ...

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