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  1. something is wrong? nevermind my benq 1620(same drive does the same thing with other programs) I wouldn't try 2.4x burning tho, if firmware allows it
  2. ok, now you have established the benq and liteon are both scanning well, if I had to guess the tyg03's are going to be fairly inconsistent use the liteon to burn and scan a few with either drive, forget scanning in the other drives to show media inconsistency you would have to isolate bad burns with your best burner for a particular mid and compare scans to burns made with other burners when I was first trying to do all this I had some excellent batches of tyg02 and mcc004 to test with
  3. your burner is a benq 1620, but the hp firmware has the same date as the last benq firmware here are the supported mid codes for the benq firmware Media Code Speed Edit V ------------------------------------------ Firmware: BENQ DVD DD DW1620 B7V9 Bootcode: ATAPI DVD DL DW1600 FS02 ------------------------------------------ Overall supported media types: 256 ------------------------------------------ DVD+R9 supported media types: 8 DVD+R supported media types: 89 DVD+RW supported media types: 16 DVD-R supported media types: 124 DVD-RW supported media types: 19 ------------------------------------------ DVD+R9 supported media types: 8 ------------------------------------------ CMC MAG D01 2.4x INFOME D01 2.4x MKM 001 4x,2.4x PHILIPS CD2 2.4x PHILIPS PD2 2.4x PRODISC D01 2.4x RICOHJPN D00 2.4x RITEK D01 2.4x DVD+R supported media types: 89 ------------------------------------------ AML 002 12x,8x,4x AML 003 16x,12x,8x,4x BeAll000 P80 12x,8x,4x BeAll000 PG0 16x,12x,8x,4x CMC MAG E01 8x,4x CMC MAG F01 8x,4x CMC MAG M01 16x,12x,8x,4x DAXON AZ2 16x,12x,8x,4x DAXON AZ3 16x,12x,8x,4x DAXON CY3 16x,12x,8x,4x DDDessau V30 12x,8x,4x DT-D03 004 12x,8x,4x EMDP 000 8x,4x EMDPAZ01 000 16x,12x,8x,4x GSC503 H01 8x,4x GSC503 H01 16x,12x,8x,4x IMC JPN R01 16x,12x,8x,4x INFODISC R20 12x,8x,4x INFOME R20 12x,8x,4x INFOME R30 16x,12x,8x,4x IS01 002 8x,4x ISSM 001 8x,4x ISSM 003 16x,12x,8x,4x LD M04 16x,12x,8x,4x LD S03 16x,12x,8x,4x LD S04 16x,12x,8x,4x LGEP16 001 16x,12x,8x,4x LONGTEN 002 8x,4x MAM M02 8x,4x MAM M04 16x,12x,8x,4x MAXELL 001 8x,4x MAXELL 002 12x,8x,4x MAXELL 003 16x,12x,8x,4x MBIPG101 R04 12x,8x,4x MBIPG101 R05 16x,12x,8x,4x MCC 002 8x,4x MCC 003 12x,8x,4x MCC 004 16x,12x,8x,4x MJC 003 12x,8x,4x MJC 005 16x,12x,8x,4x MPOMEDIA 080 8x,4x MUST 002 8x,4x MUST 006 16x,12x,8x,4x NAN YA FLX 16x,12x,8x,4x NANYA ALX 16x,12x,8x,4x NANYA CHX 12x,8x,4x NANYA CLX 12x,8x,4x NSD R40 16x,12x,8x,4x OPTODISC F16 16x,12x,8x,4x OPTODISC OR8 8x,4x OPTODISC R16 16x,12x,8x,4x PHILIPS C08 8x,4x PHILIPS C16 16x,12x,8x,4x POS R01 8x,4x POS R05 16x,12x,8x,4x PRODISC R03 12x,8x,4x PRODISC R04 16x,12x,8x,4x PRODISC R05 16x,12x,8x,4x Philips 081 12x,8x,4x Plasmon1 C01 12x,8x,4x Plasmon2 C01 16x,12x,8x,4x RICOHJPN R01 8x,4x RICOHJPN R02 16x,12x,8x,4x RICOHJPN R03 16x,12x,8x,4x RITEK M02 8x,4x RITEK P16 16x,12x,8x,4x RITEK R02 8x,4x RITEK R03 12x,8x,4x RITEK R04 16x,12x,8x,4x SKC P16 16x,12x,8x,4x SKYMEDIA R03 8x,4x SONY D01 8x,4x SONY D11 16x,12x,8x,4x SONY D21 16x,12x,8x,4x TDK 001 8x,4x TDK 002 16x,12x,8x,4x TDK 003 16x,12x,8x,4x ULTRAN 202 8x,4x ULTRAN 212 16x,12x,8x,4x VANGUARD 001 8x,4x VDSPMSAB 002 8x,4x VDSPMSAB 004 16x,12x,8x,4x VIVA 002 8x,4x WFKA11 211 8x,4x WINGSHIN 001 12x,8x,4x YUDEN000 T01 12x,8x,4x YUDEN000 T02 16x,12x,8x,4x YUDEN000 T03 16x,12x,8x,4x Yi Jhan 004 16x,12x,8x,4x DVD+RW supported media types: 16 ------------------------------------------ CMC MAG W01-000 2.4x CMC MAG W02-000 4x,2.4x INFODISC A01-002 4x,2.4x INFODISC A10-000 4x,2.4x MBIPG101 W03-000 2.4x MCC A01-000 2.4x OPTODISC OP4-001 4x,2.4x PRODISC W01-002 4x,2.4x PRODISC W02-000 4x,2.4x RICOHJPN W01-001 2.4x RICOHJPN W11-001 4x,2.4x RITEK 001-001 2.4x RITEK 004-000 4x,2.4x RITEK 004-048 4x,2.4x SENTINEL W02-000 4x,2.4x SONY S11-000 4x,2.4x DVD-R supported media types: 124 ------------------------------------------ 1FUJIFILM 4x 4M SYS 202C1 4x AML 4x AN31 4x AN32 4x BeAll G00001 4x BeAll G16001 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x BeAll G40001 4x BeAll G80001 12x,8x,4x,2x CMC MAG. 4x CMC MAG. AE1 12x,8x,4x,2x CMC MAG. AF1 4x CMC MAG. AM3 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x DATA TRACK 4x DAXON004 4x DAXON008S 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x DAXON016S 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x DKMZ01 8x,4x,2x Dvsn A001 4x Dvsn-160 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x Dvsn-80 8x,4x,2x FORNEX101 4x FUJIFILM02 4x FUJIFILM03 8x,4x,2x FUJIFILM04 12x,8x,4x,2x GSC001 4x GSC001 4x GSC001 4x GSC002 4x GSC003 8x,4x,2x GSC004 8x,4x,2x GSC005 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x IMC JPN R01 8x,4x,2x INFODISC-R01 4x INFODISC-R20 8x,4x,2x INFOMEDIAR20 4x INFOSMART01 8x,4x,2x ISSM 01 4x ISSM R01 8x,4x,2x LEADDATA S03 8x,4x,2x LEADDATA S04 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x LEADDATA01 4x LGE08 8x,4x,2x LGE16 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x LONGTEN 001 4x LONGTEN 003 4x LONGTEN 009 4x MAM4XG01 4x MAM4XG02 4x MAM8XG01 8x,4x,2x MBI 4x MBI 01RG20 4x MBI 01RG40 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x MBI 01RG40 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x MBI 03RG30 8x,4x,2x MBI 03RG40 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x MBI03RG30 8x,4x,2x MCC 00RG200 4x MCC 01RG20 4x MCC 02RG20 12x,8x,4x,2x MCC 03RG20 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x MCI4XG01 4x MJC ME 8x,4x,2x MUST 001 4x MUST 003 4x MUST 007 8x,4x,2x MXL RG01 4x MXL RG02 4x MXL RG03 12x,8x,4x,2x MXL RG04 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x NAN YA F02 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x NANYA-JC001 4x NSDR40 12x,8x,4x,2x ONIDTECH 4x OPTODISCK001 4x OPTODISCK001 4x OPTODISCR004 4x OPTODISCR008 8x,4x,2x OPTODISCR016 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x POMS3A 8x,4x,2x POMSI002 8x,4x,2x POSG04 4x POSG06 8x,4x,2x PRINCO 4x PRINCO8X02 8x,4x,2x PRODISCG02 4x Plasmon1A 8x,4x,2x ProdiscF01 12x,8x,4x,2x ProdiscF02 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x ProdiscS03 4x ProdiscS04 12x,8x,4x,2x ProdiscS05 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x RITEKF1 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x RITEKG03 4x RITEKG04 4x RITEKG05 8x,4x,2x RITEKG06 12x,8x,4x,2x RITEKM02 4x SKC Co.,Ltd. 4x SKC M801 8x,4x,2x SONY 4x SONY04D1 4x SONY08D1 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x SONY16D1 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x TAIYOYUDEN 4x TAROKO-MX4 4x TAROKO-MX8 8x,4x,2x TDKG02000000 4x TTG01 4x TTG02 8x,4x,2x TTH01 12x,8x,4x,2x TTH02 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x TYG01 4x TYG02 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x TYG03 16x,12x,8x,4x,2x ULTRAN102 8x,4x,2x UME01 8x,4x,2x VANGUARD 4x VDSPMSAB 01 4x WFI A40001 4x WINGSHING04 4x WINGSHING08 8x,4x,2x Yi Jhan 001 4x Yi Jhan 003 8x,4x,2x DVD-RW supported media types: 19 ------------------------------------------ CMCW02 2x CMCW03 4x,2x DAXON_RW2X01 2x INFOMEDIA 2x JVC0VictorD7 4x,2x JVC_VictorW7 2x MCC 01RW11n9 2x MCC 01RW4X 4x,2x OPTODISCW002 2x OPTODISCW004 4x,2x PRINCO 2x PRINCORW0004 4x,2x PRINCORW2X01 2x Prodisc DW04 2x Prodisc DW06 4x,2x RITEKW01 2x RITEKW04 4x,2x TDK502sakuM3 2x TDK601saku 4x,2x
  4. with those 8x disks, yes but you could spend more money and try the 2.4x ones they might work in your burner
  5. that ugly clump starting at 2.2 gigs is probably media inconsistency, scan that disk at 8x in your liteon the benq 1800 and liteon may be a better burners for that mid but you would need to scan more burns
  6. dual layer burning has just begun to mature in my opinion you are using a 2004 burner with 2005 firmware those 8x verbatims didn't show up till early 2006 A new burner is the way to go for dual layer
  7. You are making several fundamental mistakes along the way, your methodolgy is too hit or miss, first you have chosen a problematic media to test with, firmware issues with the tyg03 mid have gotten better with time, but I don't trust the max burn rate even now. Most people report better results with the tyg02's even burning both at 8 or 12x. Never scan at max with any burner. 8X with your 1655, 4x or 8x with your liteon. A little research would have told you that the benq 1655 has superior capabilities regarding "learning" a media and trying to get the best burn possible from it, overriding your ??need to burn at 16x. As the 1655 learns the mid it tends to burn faster, but not always. Like you observed the 1655 is having problems reaching 16x but is making good burns, that's it's job and it's doing it well. When you vary the scan speed or even the scanner you introduce another variable to deal with and confuse any analysis. Try some verbatim 16x dvd+r
  8. use dvd+r's only, and apply the kh27 update or buy a new burner, that one may be dying from old age
  9. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/previou...228&lang=en as you can see from these dates for firmware for that old drive, you will need some 8x or even 4x media
  10. my durn xp sp2 doesn't pick up nf2 chipsets very well, now ide drivers seem fine what is the version and date on that sata controller driver in device manager? ?????
  11. I don't know what you are implying. It might be more beneficial to people if you just helped rather than police them though. you have already been given good advise to use verbatim, if you search this forum you will find that same reccomendation countless times you said you has spent over 100$ on disks already and that someone had said the crap ones were the best to use from what I have read the best/reliable disks are made from backups, not downloads??????????? http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=2831&st=0
  12. It might be cheaper to just buy the game
  13. that drive's firmware is pretty old(google) I would go for 8x media unless I could find a newer firmware rather rare drive and firmware, wonder what company made the computer my crystal ball broke?
  14. welcome to the forum try this with a blank disk http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?s=&...ost&p=52979 or if you have a log of the error then it would be under help in imgburn same copy and paste, your word doc is unreadable
  15. when there might be 2 or three things going wrong, it's best to eliminate all of them and go for an optimal configuration, I suspect the power supply is getting weak especially when testing with expensive dual layer media once you get everything working you can rehook the other drive in the middle position as slave and retest personnally I would be looking for a new power supply, it's one of the first things to upgrade on a computer dma is just a mode where windows uses the southbridge chipset to handle Input/Output to and from the drive vs slower pio mode where the cpu does the work
  16. just access bios and make sure dma is enabled, no telling what might happen with a dell bios if you can't get into bios try a burn anyway after looking in device manager like you did before
  17. no damage done, except maybe to your wallet, get an 80 conductor cable, put the pioneer at the end of it, jumper it master, and make sure any other optical drive is disconnected and make sure that your computer will burn single layer disks at max make sure dma is enabled in bios and device manager after changing the cable let's try to dot every i and cross every t
  18. I looked at your past posts and gathered your computer is 3 years old is your burner on an 80 conductor cable at the end jumpered master or like a lot of dell's cable select? disconnect any other drive on the cable, use a new good cable use sl disks to test with, burn at max speed and verify everything is good and clean inside, all fans including power supply?
  19. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Song-South-Ruth-Wa...6535&sr=8-1 http://www.amazon.com/South-James-Baskett-...6585&sr=1-2 200$ from grey market source not exactly a wallyworld item
  20. 1994 Best Music, Original Song Elton John (music) Tim Rice (lyrics) For the song "Can You Feel the Love Tonight". 1948 Best Music, Original Song Allie Wrubel (music) Ray Gilbert (lyrics) For the song "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah".
  21. what disney song that won the Academy Award for Best Original Song would be the hardest to find on dvd?
  22. looks like it made it 96% of the way in 13 minutes before it totally dropped the ball since you were writting at max I wonder if that 16x was faster than the drive and blank could manage is the drive getting worn out? is the power supply overloaded(noticed the drive letter L)? even with better media like verbatim, burning at max might be an iffy proposition, what's the hurry?
  23. svp should fix their web page but in fine print yet they say not that tyg03's aren't any good
  24. from what I googled those disks have a builtin dvd-ram functionality, mounting as a volume supported in vista the native(not imgburn) verify part that going on with fast write disabled is reading everything that's written and doing error checking as it's burned that's why it's burning at half speed so in effect you have been verifying twice on each burn
  25. was the disk erased(full) first? according to luk's review of the verbatim rewrittable it took 45 minutes agent009 the cdfreaks reviewer has used that mid and said it works, but he's using a sony blu-ray recorder
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