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Got these errors trying to burn to a 50gig Verbatim Disc


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#41 LIGHTNING UK!

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Posted 02 January 2018 - 10:58 AM

Nothing has been 'capped', it (Roxio) probably enabled defect management by (re)formatting with spare areas, so your drive is verifying as it burns and getting around any problem areas on the disc, remapping them to the 'spare area'.
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Posted 02 January 2018 - 03:54 PM

The first disc was apparently bad as the Macrium Reflect verifies failed.  I just know that if I continued with these "capped" writes, the data would be corrupt on the 2nd disc that did that, too.



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Posted 02 January 2018 - 05:24 PM

That's nothing to do with the speed it's burning.

Bad burns/discs are bad burns/discs.

You stand a better chance of things being 'ok' if the drive's defect management is active. Of course you're then stuck with slower burns and slightly less available disc space.
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Posted 02 January 2018 - 09:42 PM

Now this one was unexpected and inexplicable.  Macrium Reflect verifies on this one burn verified in the Windows version of the application, but failed in the WinPE boot version of the application!  :o  I test both because I remember Drive Image would do the same thing: Windows application version would verify but booting the disc into DOS and running the application, the verify might fail.  I don't remember which drive burned this BD-RE DL.  I was burning BD-RE DL from different images in both my Pioneer and LG at the same time, one in ImgBurn and one in Roxio.  And I didn't note on the Post It on this particular BD-RE DL which drive wrote it.  So, I'm reburning it in the Pioneer since I "know" the Pioneers write Verbatim BD-RE DL properly, where as LG's are nothing but problems writing to them.

 

 

As I should have said to myself, stick with Pioneers, you fool!  :lol:  Of course, this Pioneer I'm currently using is like 4 years old, sitting the last year or 2 on a shelf.  It was still working, save for the eject button issue, after a year and half.  When my 3rd Pioneer stopped writing to BD-RE correctly, I swapped it back in while I wait to get a new Pioneer to replace it with.  It may not be as good as I think.  :unsure:






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