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  1. LIGHTNING UK!

    I/O Error while varifying

    There are firmware updates available for your drive. A newer one may perform better with the media you're trying to use. https://www.firmwarehq.com/Pioneer/BDR-206/files.html
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    DVD+R DL help

    As the program is calling your disc a ‘data’ disc, you do not have the correct dvd video compliant file/folder structure. Try again when you’ve got one. Burning the same thing over and over won’t change the outcome.
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    DVD+R DL help

    Not sure why you'd want to be using Samsung anyway... you don't have a Samsung drive, it's a LiteOn one. The program would do it automatically by default anyway, so don't worry about messing with it yourself.
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    2 brand new Blu-ray burners burn speed fluctuating...

    If it burnt and verified ok, the disc is 100% readable and matches the source image. Of course that only applies to the drive that verified the disc, others may not be able to read it.
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    2 brand new Blu-ray burners burn speed fluctuating...

    If I'm the last person to have replied to a thread, I'm not going to bother checking the thread again. So... don't edit your posts, add an actual reply. Apologies if that wasn't possible. I've now merged your two threads. The graph data looks fine to me. The drive is probably just adjusting itself as it burns - a form of 'WOPC'. You have really old firmware on your drive btw. Update it here - https://www.firmwarehq.com/Pioneer/BDR-209D/files.html
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    2 brand new Blu-ray burners burn speed fluctuating...

    Post the log please. If you can attach the graph data file from the problem burns, that would help too.
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    Endless synchronising cache

    The stuff you're seeing in the log is what the drive is returning to the program. So the program asks it 'Are you ready yet?' and it's responding with, 'No, there's a long write operation in progress'. Whatever the issue is, it's internal to your drive/firmware/media combo. If you've left it long enough (10 mins or whatever), turn the drive off and on again (unplug and plug in again). Hopefully the drive will have done enough to make the disc readable in various devices.
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    Using Read mode as a "CHKDSK" for BD Video discs?

    Yes, that would work... as would Verify mode (not against an image file, obviously).
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    Nimbie Autoloader Fail

    It's been that way since day 1, so I'm not sure how you got round it last time.
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    Nimbie Autoloader Fail

    That'll be the issue then. The driver isn't installed correctly. Follow this guide... or this one... http://www.acronova.com/howto/article/24/review.html
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    ImgBurn reading recordable discs to images

    The drive reports how much has been recorded to the disc and ImgBurn only tries to read that amount. Any attempt to read beyond that would simply fail, without the drive actually 'trying' to read it. The drive knows best
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    Nimbie Autoloader Fail

    Post the log please.
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    hang at 99% writing CD-R, never completes process

    I'd prefer you to make a new topic
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    Skips in ISO from VIDEO_TS

    It's not possible to go too fast or slow, so don't worry about that. Something is always going to be the slowest part of your computer, so you're always limited by the speed of whatever that might be - be it, the network, hdd, cpu, memory or whatever. The program will always work as fast as your machine will allow it to - i.e. there's no code in it to slow anything down and it runs however it runs. The speed setting is only for burning to disc - and the drive is in full control there. You should do a byte level comparison of your copied / moved files to make sure they're the same. If you're getting memory corruption, that could cause hiccups... but then if the machine is slow anyway, you're bound to have times where the machine is busy doing something else and playback will suffer.
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