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    Default NERO DVD Speed Error Benq1655

    Hi!
    Purchased BenQ DW1655 to replace *lame* BTC Drive... Upgraded firmware to latest - Burned a couple of discs, & decided to test them w/ Nero CD/DVD Speed tool. I am getting the following errors during the scans. PLEASE VIEW The attachment pics!

    The "speed" continually rises until it is "off the chart", & then the pgm. stops & results in an error. Check out the scan pics. Text of error is:

    General Information
    Drive: BENQ DVD LS DW1655
    Firmware: BCHB
    Disc: DVD+R (MCC 004)
    Selected speed: Maximum
    PI errors
    Maximum: 18
    Average: 6.33
    Total: 69294
    PI failures
    Maximum: 8
    Average: 0.09
    Total: 972
    PO failures: 1204
    Jitter
    Maximum: 11.5 %
    Average: 8.49 %
    Scanning Statistics
    Elapsed time: 6:42
    Number of samples: 17034
    Average scanning interval: 8.00 ECC
    Glitches removed: 0

    This "newbie" is "Stumped" by these results any help is greatly appreciated!!!
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    simple, lower scan speed to 8x with disk quality
    and download the newest cdspeed
    http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=65716

    and it's better to limit burn sizes to 4400 or less

    and burn at 8x or less

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    Chewy, you R the man!!! Once again, to the rescue! I am slowly figuring this thing out! At any rate, the results look good to me this time; what do you think? Also attached is screenshot of the scan...

    I have read your threads pertaining to using this tool, & I sure appreciate the fact that you share your vast knowledge of "All things DVD" w/ all of us!

    General Information
    Drive: BENQ DVD LS DW1655
    Firmware: BCHB
    Disc: DVD+R (MCC 004)
    Selected speed: 8 X
    PI errors
    Maximum: 16
    Average: 5.39
    Total: 56619
    PI failures
    Maximum: 7
    Average: 0.08
    Total: 842
    PO failures: 0
    Jitter
    Maximum: 10.0 %
    Average: 8.55 %
    Scanning Statistics
    Elapsed time: 9:22
    Number of samples: 16995
    Average scanning interval: 8.00 ECC
    Glitches removed: 0
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    That's a good scan of a good burn, remember benq's are a little picky, don't
    feed them junk food, now you can go back and look at some old burns and see what bad really looks like.

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    Default Nero Benchmark...

    Thought I would do a benchmark to get a little more info on what this burner is doing for me.

    I am using the verbatim 16x dvd+r (MCC 004) at this time; it is the best media that I have on hand right now. Do the lightscribe discs give good results? I thought I might pick up some at my local Sam's Club. It is Verbatim Media as well...
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    don't know about the lightscribe, too pricey for me, I just use a sharpie and
    rely on inner beauty. They are pretty but slow slow slow
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    Quote Originally Posted by KATZDVD
    Thought I would do a benchmark to get a little more info on what this burner is doing for me.

    I am using the verbatim 16x dvd+r (MCC 004) at this time; it is the best media that I have on hand right now. Do the lightscribe discs give good results? I thought I might pick up some at my local Sam's Club. It is Verbatim Media as well...
    you can do a quality scan?

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    Default disk quality scan

    Here is latest disk quality scan result. (View pic...)

    General Information
    Drive: BENQ DVD LS DW1655
    Firmware: BCHB
    Disc: DVD+R (MCC 004)
    Selected speed: 8 X
    PI errors
    Maximum: 16
    Average: 5.84
    Total: 63006
    PI failures
    Maximum: 10
    Average: 0.44
    Total: 5106
    PO failures: 0
    Jitter
    Maximum: 10.8 %
    Average: 8.47 %
    Scanning Statistics
    Elapsed time: 9:24
    Number of samples: 16994
    Average scanning interval: 8.00 ECC
    Glitches removed: 0

    Quality score of 94. I guess that's pretty good w/ this verbatim media...

    I don't want to wander off topic too far here, but I am STILL having an issue w/ DVD playback - the movie "freezes" for a second or two & then resumes. On 3 different players this will occur, w/ 2 different media types.


    I thought once I got a quality burner my problem would be resolved, but not so.

    I am guessing that my players just don't like the type of media that I am feeding them, but that's just a quess...
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    time to bitsett dvd+r to dvd-rom
    also try some premium dvd-r and see how compatible your players are with that media
    premium media, good burning and premium burners won't fix flakey players

    http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=66658

    looks like another thumbs down for verbatim and grade A status

    maybe A-

    that tiny floppy at top right of cdspeed screen(use it for png)
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    Default Thanks! Great Bitset Info!

    Wow, am I discovering new stuff here or what! Thanks so much for the "heads-up" on the bitset deal. I had no idea.

    I viewed the links & am anxious to try it out. Nice that it is included in DVD Decrypter - an easy setting change!

    Now, if I just would have known this BEFORE making umpteen backup discs!!! The more I read on here, the more I realize I don't have a clue!

    Oh well, live & learn!

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    It's a steep mountain, bring the right gear, and it's a long climb, the air gets thin, problem is after you think the climb is over, the next peak is still ahead.
    At least it's not boring.

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    Default bitset made burning worse?

    After following the bitset change to DVD-ROM, my quality scores are getting worse instead of better Also see screenshot of scan - any ideas? What gives w/ the bad results?
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    General Information
    Drive: BENQ DVD LS DW1655
    Firmware: BCHB
    Disc: DVD+R (MCC 004)
    Selected speed: 8 X
    PI errors
    Maximum: 14
    Average: 5.56
    Total: 59280
    PI failures
    Maximum: 15
    Average: 0.85
    Total: 11533
    PO failures: 0
    Jitter
    Maximum: 11.4 %
    Average: 7.84 %
    Scanning Statistics
    Elapsed time: 9:22
    Number of samples: 16992
    Average scanning interval: 8.00 ECC
    Glitches removed: 0
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    did you save the burn log for that last disk?
    something is bad wrong, especially if you are getting 4 steep mountains like that

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    Sorry - didn't save the burn log... wish I would have. I will from now on. I am using the same Verbatim media I have all along, from a 50 spindle. I have used about 25 so far...a few bad disks maybe?

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    a few bad disks maybe?
    maybe?
    kind of wondering about the flash and the burner also

    how are the burns on other media?

    watch out for qsuite, easier to screw up a burner,
    seen several hose their burns playing with those tweaks, I leave everything on default,
    if it ain't broke I don't try to fix mine, way over my head.
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