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    DL Coasters from ISO

    They all come up failed. By the way, since we are talking about the drive, I just got it on a new Dell XPS 420. Do you think that the drive might be the source of my woes? Device: [1:1:0] PBDS DVD+-RW DH-16W1S 2D14 (F:) (ATA)
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    DL Coasters from ISO

    Thanks a lot for the quick response. I have to say that that was really not what I wanted to hear. I have a spindle of about 20 RiDATA -R DL disks, and I'd hate to have to essentially throw them away (are they good for anything?). The disk ID is RITEKP01. Sorry if I'm getting hung up on noobish stuff, but I'm just starting out. Does it seem strange to you that the problem occured right after the layer switch? I 10:26:28 Verifying Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 2092895) I 10:36:27 Verifying Layer 1... (LBA: 2092896 - 3595394) E 10:55:35 Failed to Read Sector 2092896 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error E 10:55:35 Sector 2092896 maps to File: VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_4.VOB E 10:55:35 Failed to Verify Sectors! Or is that typical. Also, I don't know if it is helpful, but I have some Pioneer +R disks, so I decided to try those. (ID: CMC MAG-D01-00) I got the following error: I 13:35:12 Verifying Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 1804111) I 13:43:08 Verifying Layer 1... (LBA: 1804112 - 3595394) E 13:44:49 Failed to Read Sector 1836384 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error E 13:44:49 Sector 1836384 maps to File: VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_4.VOB E 13:44:50 Failed to Verify Sectors! E 13:44:50 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:09:37 (I burned at x1 again) Again, it happened right after the layer switch, though not RIGHT after like with the previous time. So how can I find Verbatim disks from the Singapore plant? I looked on Amazon and found the following review: Verbatim DL used to be by far the best DL media available. Reliable, stable in storage, and consistent high quality made by Mitsubishi in their Singapore plant, one of the highest quality DVD production plants in the world. Not any more. Verbatim has outsourced a large part of their DL production to a plant in India, and now when you buy this media you have a high chance of getting made in India - this product is poor, often with obvious physical defects in the media like bubbles, holes and foil delaminates. It is possible to still find made in Singapore cakeboxes on store shelves, but if you can't actually read the disk label before buying you are rolling the dice when you buy. It is a real shame Verbatim does not offer the Singapore product as a diferent grade. It would be worth a few extra bucks to get a cakebox that had a 95% success rate vs. the 50% rate the made in India product gives. Verbatim has really gotten a black eye in my book with this stunt. Is there a way to tell where a given spool was manufactured? Can you recommend any good online stores for DVD+Rs? Thanks in advance.
  3. ibu

    DL Coasters from ISO

    Hi, I've checked the guides, the FAQ, and the forums, but I still haven't been able to figure out why I've been making so many coasters. Almost every time I try to burn a disk, I get an error at some point. To give you guys something concrete, I saved the error text and log from the most recent attempt. Here's the error text: I/O Error! Device: [1:1:0] PBDS DVD+-RW DH-16W1S 2D14 (F:) (ATA) ScsiStatus: 0x02 Interpretation: Check Condition CDB: 28 00 00 1F EF 60 00 00 01 00 Interpretation: Read (10) - Sector 2092896 Sense Area: 70 00 03 00 00 00 00 0A 00 00 00 00 11 05 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Interpretation: L-EC Uncorrectable Error Here's the annotated log: I 08:57:58 ImgBurn Version 2.3.2.0 started! I 08:57:58 Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium Edition (6.0, Build 6000) I 08:57:58 Total Physical Memory: 3,142,988 KB - Available: 2,260,220 KB I 08:57:58 Initialising SPTI... I 08:57:58 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 08:57:58 Found 1 DVD-ROM/CD-RW and 1 DVD±RW! First I ran it in test mode. No problems: I 09:00:47 Operation Started! I 09:00:47 Source File: C:\NAME_OF_MYDVD3_D3.MDS I 09:00:47 Source File Sectors: 3,595,395 (MODE1/2048) I 09:00:47 Source File Size: 7,363,368,960 bytes I 09:00:47 Source File Volume Identifier: NAME_OF_MYDVD3_D3 I 09:00:47 Source File Implementation Identifier: Daikin U.S. Comtec Lab I 09:00:47 Source File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02) I 09:00:47 Destination Device: [1:1:0] PBDS DVD+-RW DH-16W1S 2D14 (F:) (ATA) I 09:00:47 Destination Media Type: DVD-R DL (Disc ID: RITEKP01) (Speeds: 2x, 4x) I 09:00:47 Destination Media Sectors: 4,172,816 I 09:00:47 Write Mode: DVD I 09:00:47 Write Type: DAO I 09:00:47 Write Speed: MAX I 09:00:47 Link Size: Auto I 09:00:47 Test Mode: Yes I 09:00:47 BURN-Proof: Enabled I 09:00:47 Optimal L0 Data Zone Capacity: 1,804,112 I 09:00:47 Optimal L0 Data Zone Method: Copied From Original Disc W 09:00:49 Cannot set the layer break position when burning DVD-R DL media in DAO mode. I 09:00:49 Filling Buffer... (40 MB) I 09:00:50 Writing LeadIn... I 09:01:14 Writing Image... (LBA: 0 - 3595394) I 09:01:14 Writing Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 2092895) I 09:14:11 Writing Layer 1... (LBA: 2092896 - 3595394) I 09:23:39 Synchronising Cache... I 09:28:15 Cycling Tray after Test Write... I 09:28:21 Image MD5: 2c2006ee9e303888a2afc6d5a7ee1df8 I 09:28:21 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:27:34 I 09:28:21 Average Write Rate: 5,346 KB/s (3.9x) - Maximum Write Rate: 5,604 KB/s (4.0x) Then I ran it with test mode off and verify on. The write had no errors: I 09:29:10 Operation Started! I 09:29:10 Source File: C:\NAME_OF_MYDVD3_D3.MDS I 09:29:10 Source File Sectors: 3,595,395 (MODE1/2048) I 09:29:10 Source File Size: 7,363,368,960 bytes I 09:29:10 Source File Volume Identifier: NAME_OF_MYDVD3_D3 I 09:29:10 Source File Implementation Identifier: Daikin U.S. Comtec Lab I 09:29:10 Source File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02) I 09:29:10 Destination Device: [1:1:0] PBDS DVD+-RW DH-16W1S 2D14 (F:) (ATA) I 09:29:10 Destination Media Type: DVD-R DL (Disc ID: RITEKP01) (Speeds: 2x, 4x) I 09:29:10 Destination Media Sectors: 4,172,816 I 09:29:10 Write Mode: DVD I 09:29:10 Write Type: DAO I 09:29:10 Write Speed: 1x I 09:29:10 Link Size: Auto I 09:29:10 Test Mode: No I 09:29:10 BURN-Proof: Enabled I 09:29:10 Optimal L0 Data Zone Capacity: 1,804,112 I 09:29:10 Optimal L0 Data Zone Method: Copied From Original Disc W 09:29:15 Cannot set the layer break position when burning DVD-R DL media in DAO mode. I 09:29:15 Filling Buffer... (40 MB) I 09:29:16 Writing LeadIn... I 09:31:15 Writing Image... (LBA: 0 - 3595394) I 09:31:15 Writing Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 2092895) I 09:57:53 Writing Layer 1... (LBA: 2092896 - 3595394) I 10:17:00 Synchronising Cache... I 10:26:04 Image MD5: 2c2006ee9e303888a2afc6d5a7ee1df8 I 10:26:04 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:56:53 I 10:26:04 Average Write Rate: 2,619 KB/s (1.9x) - Maximum Write Rate: 2,723 KB/s (2.0x) However, the verify failed: I 10:26:04 Cycling Tray before Verify... W 10:26:11 Waiting for device to become ready... I 10:26:28 Device Ready! I 10:26:28 Operation Started! I 10:26:28 Source Device: [1:1:0] PBDS DVD+-RW DH-16W1S 2D14 (F:) (ATA) I 10:26:28 Source Media Type: DVD-R DL (Book Type: DVD-R) (Disc ID: RITEKP01) (Speeds: 2x, 4x) I 10:26:28 Image File: C:\NAME_OF_MYDVD3_D3.MDS I 10:26:28 Image File Sectors: 3,595,395 (MODE1/2048) I 10:26:28 Image File Size: 7,363,368,960 bytes I 10:26:28 Image File Volume Identifier: NAME_OF_MYDVD3_D3 I 10:26:28 Image File Implementation Identifier: Daikin U.S. Comtec Lab I 10:26:28 Image File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02) I 10:26:28 Verifying Sectors... (LBA: 0 - 3595394) I 10:26:28 Verifying Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 2092895) I 10:36:27 Verifying Layer 1... (LBA: 2092896 - 3595394) E 10:55:35 Failed to Read Sector 2092896 - L-EC Uncorrectable Error E 10:55:35 Sector 2092896 maps to File: VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_4.VOB E 10:55:35 Failed to Verify Sectors! E 10:55:36 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:29:07 I 10:55:36 Average Verify Rate: 2,395 KB/s (1.7x) - Maximum Verify Rate: 11,127 KB/s (8.0x) Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
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