where is the profiles menu

Discussion in 'CloneCD' started by tivertonrose, Jul 3, 2007.

  1. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    Intel and third party busmaster drivers can cause issues. Both James and Olli (the original author of Clonecd) say to do this step if you're having issues with your ide burners. (I could write a much longer explanation, but you only wanted two sentences. And I'm a bit busy).

    By the way, I have a Plextor 760a as well. I burn the MKM 001 stuff at 4x with it without any issues (use Plextools to set the booktype automatically to "dvd-rom"). Excellent burn quality . . .

    I would try burning again. If you still have issues, then ensure you're using standard ide busmaster drivers.
    Last edited: Jul 5, 2007
  2. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    I don't know if you're referring to Q-suite's over speeding options, but if you are I recommend leaving this option off; you risk having bad quality burns when you attempt to burn at speeds that are higher than the rated speed of the blank media you're using.
  3. shannon90210

    shannon90210 Well-Known Member

    Looks like Webslinger has got you on the right track ... ;)

    About the Listing for "CloneCD systray"
    - It would 'placed' there - Only - After Install/ Update
    You are given the Option - During the Installation of CloneCD
    - to DeSelect this from the Install
    No , It will not be replaced - every time you open CloneCD
    I would just Recheck this - after an Update


    BenQ DW1655 and QSuite

    Exit AnyDVD before opening QSuite
    ( not sure if this really matters - but I do )

    For my TYs and Verbatim , I use this Set-Up

    > SolidBurn is set as Below
    SolidBurnSettings (488 x 617).jpg

    At this Point ;
    I would Press the "Clean" Button
    - On the EEPROM Clean tool
    This will allow you to 'ReLearn" your Media
    You would only need to 'Clean" this - IF - you're having Troubles
    ( or if you've changed settings or Burn Speed )

    > Test Write is Disabled
    > BookType are ALL @ DVD-ROM
    > OverSpeed is ENabled

    note: Even though I have 'OverSpeed" enabled
    - I still burn my "Keepers" @ 4x or 8x

    When you "Change" a Setting > Select = "System" - If offered
    - Otherwise the Settings will Return to Default upon Reboot

    > WOPC is DISabled
    You will have to RE Disable the WOPC tab
    - Each and Everytime you Reboot the Computer

    If found this Feature is completely unnecessary
    - When using TYs / Verbatim

    wink , wink , nudge , nudge ;)

    6/30/2007 11:57:29 AM info ******************** Report session closed *********************
    6/30/2007 11:56:20 AM info Writer: Media removed. Burning layer not ready to write
    6/30/2007 11:56:20 AM info F8 key click: Open temporary log file
    6/30/2007 11:53:32 AM info Copy completed.
    6/30/2007 11:53:32 AM info Writer: Finalization Time 00:00:23 - Total completion time 00:07:46
    6/30/2007 11:53:08 AM info Writer: Write finished in 00:07:22 - Finalization start here. Avg. burn rate 8.39
    6/30/2007 11:46:02 AM info Writer: Lead-in burning time (mS) 1
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Writer: Write started 2286144 sectors to write
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Writer: Writing speed requested x8.0, effective x8.0
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Writer: Available write speed: 16x, 12x, 8x, 4x
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Writer: Media ID: YUDEN000-T02-00
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Writer: Media type: DVD+R
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Writer: Ultra DMA mode 2 (ATA33)
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Available Virtual Memory : 1681 MB.
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Total Virtual Memory : 2047 MB.
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Memory Load : 17%
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Available Physical Memory : 2047 MB.
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Total Physical Memory : 2047 MB.
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Writer: Scanned files #38, folder #2 - total size 4680843264 b. (4.36 Gb.)
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Writer: Inserted media type : DVD+R
    6/30/2007 11:45:45 AM info Writer: Write started
    6/30/2007 11:45:43 AM info Volume name DEAD_SILENCE
    6/30/2007 11:45:43 AM info Source path for burning "C:\Depot_DVDShrink\DEAD_SILENCE\VIDEO_TS"
    6/30/2007 11:45:23 AM info Writer: New media inserted. Burning layer is ready to write
    6/30/2007 11:45:23 AM info Writer: Compatible media types :
    6/30/2007 11:45:23 AM info Writer: New Drive selected : 0:0:0 - BENQ DVD LS DW1655 BCDB [E] (Ide)


    Nero ?
    Didn't you Receive a Nero Install Disc with your DW1655 ?

    fwiw ,
    Unless there is something particular , that you like/use in Roxio
    - I would completely remove Roxio
    - and go with Nero ( just Do Not Install InCD )
    I , myself , found Nero much more useful - over Roxio ;
    So I binned Roxio
    If you do this , After removing Roxio
    - You'll need this

    Anyway , just a thought

    Last edited: Jul 5, 2007
  4. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    Tivertonrose, do not burn MKM 001, which is what you are using, at anything higher than 4x, please. I appreciate that the overspeed option is for other types of media, but (with that option enabled) you're telling sold burn to produce new write strategies (with those other types), and for the purposes of troubleshooting, this option should really be disabled.

    Shanon90210 is not referring to MKM 001 media when mentioning 8x (just clarifying)
    Last edited: Jul 5, 2007
  5. shannon90210

    shannon90210 Well-Known Member

    Definitely Agree here - :agree:
    In fact - I burn my MKM 001 @ 2.4x

    @ 4x - the MKM 001 DL will tend skip - in one of my Players
    ( picky PS2 )

    At $2.00 a pop ..... I'll wait the Difference

    Sorry , I didn't mean to go off track :
    I also agree about DISabling the 'OverSpeed'
    - at least right now ( with DLs )

  6. tivertonrose

    tivertonrose Well-Known Member

    Yes, both of you got me pretty much all straightened out. I've learned a lot. :clap:
    Thanks for the roxio zapper, I am going to go do that. Roxio did not exit like a gentleman so I was wondering if it might have left lots of stuff behind.
    I am using Nero now and tested out the lightscribe with it, with the BenQ. I really like how it looks. A change from the printed labels.
    I read your posts from before Shannon, so when I installed Nero, I did NOT include the Incd. I already had Roxio and didn't know about the drag and drop then.
    I have the Qsuite speed thing disabled. I don't need that anyway--just didn't know what it did and will let DL's burn at 2.4x to be safe. Thanks again. ~Rose
  7. tivertonrose

    tivertonrose Well-Known Member

    I got a chance to burn another DL and it's still not working for me. I played the movie "the bostonians" and it freezes and skips about right in the middle. My daughter gave me her movie to copy, and that one played fine.

    I don't how to read these tools very well, but I did a scan with Nero and this is what it looked like.

    Attached Files:

  8. mmdavis

    mmdavis Well-Known Member

    IMO, the trouble you are experiencing is because you are copying a single layer disc to a double layer disc. CloneCD is used for making 1:1 backups but with what you are trying your original and backup discs are not the same. From your scan your PI errors are extremely high when approaching the second layer and probably is causing the problem. Usually PI errors should not exceed 200 for an extended period. The readings on the first layer look very good.

    I would recommend backing up single layer discs to single layer media (-R or +R) and double layer discs to the double layer media (+R DL). I bet your problem would disappear and the single layer discs are MUCH cheaper even for the recommended Taiyo Yuden Premium and Verbatim single layer discs.
    Last edited: Jul 18, 2007
  9. tivertonrose

    tivertonrose Well-Known Member

    Ok, I will check more closely the single and double layers. But if a movie is over 4.7 gig--maybe 2 1/2 hrs or more, I just assumed I would have to put it on a DL disk if I did not want it compressed--isn't that correct? . I can't remember the size on that movie, but I knew it was over 2 hours long and that is why I used a DL and no compression. I'll try it again when I get a long movie. AnyDvd will state if its two layers, right? Thanks. ~Rose
  10. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    Yes, just check Anydvd's status window.

    Only use +R DL media when the source is DL (2 layers).
    Last edited: Jul 19, 2007