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    Default Jagged lines cd speed test?

    what do these jagged lines meanon these 2 burns,had Qscore of 95, pi 2.is it a bad burn?most have more of a stright line,any info on what makes a good D.T.R. wil be helpful.

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    Are you running some softwares in background when you do these tests?

    Do you have latest firmware installed?

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    xbill post a diskinfo and qualityscan of one of those disks please,
    hard to solve a riddle without more pieces of the puzzle

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    Default Default Jagged lines cd speed test?

    not that i know of , have on AVG VIRISE on. here is a scan ,verb 16x mccro4 burn a 12x
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    Try to update your firmware. Latest official is YS0Y and you can find it here

    http://www.liteonit.com/DOWNLOADS/OD...e/DR16YS0Y.zip

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    I would lower my burn speed to 8x, a lot of verbatim batchs are inconsistent and have bad disks every now and then. I had 5 or 6 in my last 100 spindle.

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    do the read speed testlike the one's above show poor quality or unreliable?. The disc quality looks ok.Iam try to learn more about it . THANKS

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    Try to set priority as high in cd-dvd speed options: maybe this solve.

    And also a firmware update should be useful
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