You dunno what hate is firstly...WoW. I sense a lot of hate for my questions..
Dont know why are you so mad.
Some of my backup burns actually play, so far, well.
That's why I asked what are the consequences for playing with a bad burn, I dont want to mess up my laser.
That disc is ok, make sure it verify's the data...Is it normal to get high values from PI Errors on Layerbreak?
I verified in IMGBURN and with ABGX, and all good.You dunno what hate is firstly...
It's of no importance if the disc plays, truncate discs play too... I said it would not verify that data around the Layerbreak making it not as safe as it should be and likely missing chunks of data... Your disc is as safe as a truncate disc... Will it damage your laser, maybe if it needs to access that part of the disc.
Only M$ can tell you how risky it is but it's obviously better to buy a decent burner and write them correctly in the first place, still cheaper than the price of a scratched up new release original, think about that...
That disc is ok, make sure it verify's the data...
A single spike is not an issue. Do they play?My copies are gettin worse and worse from burn to burn... It's my 7th burn and gave me a huge spike near the layer break. (on both PI and PIF)
Burner is not compatible. The scan range and sample count are short.
Your burns are fine, your are asking for help with nothing... Enjoy your discs...They're MKM003 burnt at 4x.
When i make some more burns i will save the LOG, BURN Graph and Verify Graph and post it here
1. YESSo the suggested settings in ImgBurn are the following??
1. Reset to default
2. Layerbreak: Calculate optimal
3. Perform OPC before write: OFF
What about these settings?
- Enable BURN-Proof
- Buffer Size