Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
LordMoe

I/O Error! Interpretation: Check Condition

Recommended Posts

Hey guys. So I have an Asus DRW-24BST drive. I tried to burn an iso I have onto a blank DVD. It got up to 94% when I got this error message

 

adeqmx.png

 

My log reads as (starring out names):

 

 

I 12:45:21 ImgBurn Version 2.5.7.0 started!

I 12:45:21 Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition (6.1, Build 7601 : Service Pack 1)

I 12:45:21 Total Physical Memory: 8,298,008 KB - Available: 4,595,276 KB

W 12:45:21 AnyDVD can interfere with ImgBurn's ability to verify accurately, please ensure it's disabled!

I 12:45:21 Initialising SPTI...

I 12:45:21 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

I 12:45:21 -> Drive 1 - Info: ASUS DRW-24B1ST c 1.05 (D:) (ATA)

I 12:45:21 -> Drive 2 - Info: ELBY CLONEDRIVE 1.4 (G:) (SCSI)

I 12:45:21 -> Drive 3 - Info: TSSTcorp CD/DVDW SH-S182M SB06 (I:) (USB)

I 12:45:21 Found 2 DVD±RW/RAMs and 1 BD-ROM/HD DVD-ROM!

I 12:46:04 Operation Started!

I 12:46:04 Source File: E:\****\****.ISO

I 12:46:04 Source File Sectors: 2,286,144 (MODE1/2048)

I 12:46:04 Source File Size: 4,682,022,912 bytes

I 12:46:04 Source File Volume Identifier: CRD0EFM1

I 12:46:04 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 373C5E28C8C3A1D7

I 12:46:04 Source File Implementation Identifier: AHEAD Nero

I 12:46:04 Source File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)

I 12:46:04 Destination Device: [0:1:0] ASUS DRW-24B1ST c 1.05 (D:) (ATA)

I 12:46:04 Destination Media Type: DVD+R (Disc ID: RITEK-F16-01)

I 12:46:04 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 6x, 8x, 12x, 16x

I 12:46:04 Destination Media Sectors: 2,295,104

I 12:46:04 Write Mode: DVD

I 12:46:04 Write Type: DAO

I 12:46:04 Write Speed: 4x

I 12:46:04 DVD+R Reserve Track: No

I 12:46:04 Link Size: Auto

I 12:46:04 Lock Volume: Yes

I 12:46:04 Test Mode: No

I 12:46:04 OPC: No

I 12:46:04 BURN-Proof: Enabled

W 12:46:05 Write Speed Miscompare! - Wanted: 5,540 KB/s (4x), Got: 8,310 KB/s (6x)

W 12:46:05 The drive only supports writing these discs at 6x, 8x, 12x, 16x.

I 12:46:05 Book Type Setting: N/A (Reason: Invalid Field in CDB)

I 12:46:05 Advanced Settings - Force HT: No, Online HT: No, OverSpeed: No, SmartBurn: Yes

I 12:46:05 Filling Buffer... (80 MB)

I 12:46:05 Writing LeadIn...

I 12:46:30 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 2286143)

I 12:46:30 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 2286143)

I 12:55:55 Synchronising Cache...

I 12:55:59 Closing Track...

I 12:56:00 Finalising Disc...

I 12:56:13 Exporting Graph Data...

I 12:56:13 Graph Data File: C:\Users\*****\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\ASUS_DRW-24B1ST_c_1.05_SATURDAY-OCTOBER-06-2012_12-46_PM_RITEK-F16-01_4x.ibg

I 12:56:13 Export Successfully Completed!

I 12:56:13 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:10:08

I 12:56:13 Average Write Rate: 8,092 KB/s (5.8x) - Maximum Write Rate: 8,382 KB/s (6.1x)

I 12:56:13 Cycling Tray before Verify...

W 12:56:22 Waiting for device to become ready...

I 12:56:29 Device Ready!

I 12:56:36 Operation Started!

I 12:56:36 Source Device: [0:1:0] ASUS DRW-24B1ST c 1.05 (D:) (ATA)

I 12:56:36 Source Media Type: DVD+R (Book Type: DVD-ROM) (Disc ID: RITEK-F16-01)

I 12:56:36 Source Media Supported Write Speeds: 6x, 8x, 12x, 16x

I 12:56:36 Image File: E:\*****\*****.ISO

I 12:56:36 Image File Sectors: 2,286,144 (MODE1/2048)

I 12:56:36 Image File Size: 4,682,022,912 bytes

I 12:56:36 Image File Volume Identifier: CRD0EFM1

I 12:56:36 Image File Volume Set Identifier: 373C5E28C8C3A1D7

I 12:56:36 Image File Implementation Identifier: AHEAD Nero

I 12:56:36 Image File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)

I 12:56:36 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / MAX

I 12:56:37 Verifying Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 2286143)

I 12:56:37 Verifying Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 2286143)

W 13:01:45 Failed to Read Sectors 2164160 - 2164191 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error

W 13:01:55 Failed to Read Sector 2164176 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error

W 13:01:55 Sector 2164176 maps to File: \VIDEO_TS\VTS_02_5.VOB

W 14:40:39 Retrying (1)...

I 14:40:41 Verifying Sectors...

W 14:40:47 Failed to Read Sector 2164177 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error

W 14:40:47 Sector 2164177 maps to File: \VIDEO_TS\VTS_02_5.VOB

E 14:49:04 Failed to Read Sector 2164177 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error

E 14:49:04 Sector 2164177 maps to File: \VIDEO_TS\VTS_02_5.VOB

E 14:49:04 Failed to Verify Sectors!

I 14:49:06 Exporting Graph Data...

I 14:49:06 Graph Data File: C:\Users\****\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\ASUS_DRW-24B1ST_c_1.05_SATURDAY-OCTOBER-06-2012_12-46_PM_RITEK-F16-01_4x.ibg

I 14:49:06 Export Successfully Completed!

E 14:49:06 Operation Failed! - Duration: 01:52:28

I 14:49:06 Average Verify Rate: 641 KB/s (0.5x) - Maximum Verify Rate: 21,705 KB/s (15.7x)

 

 

For the record, I am using maxell DVD+R discs. Haven't tried with Verbatim discs so maybe I just need better discs. But just in case, I thought I'd make a topic in case it's another problem. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

AnyDVD must be disabled

 

W 12:45:21 AnyDVD can interfere with ImgBurn's ability to verify accurately, please ensure it's disabled!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I did that and I still get the same error. Actually if it were that simple I might have had to break something...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Did you fiscally close the program in task manager? and try writing at 4x speed not 6x speed!

Edited by Adrianvdh

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I tried shutting down AnyDVD, I still get the same error

 

when I try to play the DVDs, they seemingly work...but I am not exactly positive about it since I got those error messages

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

No, don't disable smartburn, just buy some better discs.

 

If you haven't already done so, try burning at 8x too.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

just curious, what would make burning at 8x better than 6x

 

Some media performs better when burned at faster speeds. A lot of people assume that slowest = best in all cases, but it really depends on the combination of burner, firmware on the burner, and the media you're using. If slowest really was best, than 1X wouldn't be locked out in the write strategy and it almost always is.

 

With early burners, there was no buffer underrun protection, PCs had a much weaker spec than they have now, and the drives, media and burning software were not as advanced, so often if you didn't burn as slow as possible the burn would fail. The "always burn as slow as possible" thing comes from that era, even though it is no longer relevant advice.

Edited by Sigma

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Sign in to follow this  

×

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.