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Are PI/PO more important on a PS2?
Are PI/PO more important on a PS2? –
Like a model 6 or 7? Though it may be a 4 or 5, probably not a 4, I forget
I know 280/32 are the recomennded values, right?
My values were PI avg 201/max 596/total 3194448
PI failures were 3.14 average (haha PI 3.14, yeah), 123 max, 91841 total.
Didn't get any PO results, I went to the wrong tab instead of surface scan.
I know it went up as it reached the middle, steadied, started to drop back down, and then had a huge spike at the end, but I assume most discs have more errors in the middle?
Would writing at CLV instead of CAV fix errors in the middle? Can Nero even write at CLV? I don't see any options for 2.4 or 4.8x, just 2-4-6-8...
Anyway, is my disc shit? I dunno if this is a bad burn or not.
I don't have any PS2 games, just emulators, so I can't run a backup of one of my games to see if I'm screwing up the process or if it's my media (I'm trying to put PS2MP3 on DVD).
BTW, the disc ID is PRODISCF01, if anyone has these. Burner is a cheapass Sony DW-D26A.
You should be more concerned with PO errors, as these are the ones that'll kick a player in the balls when it encounters them. PI errors are generally recoverable by 'most' players.
PO should be under 32, any more and you risk an unreadable disc.
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Is there any way to get Nero to display PO errors? If not, how do I view them on a Sony drive?