Volker Kuhlmann wrote:
Of course, checkreading has to be done by a second computer meanwhile.Why do you believe that there is a difference?The first computer might not have enough bandwidth for burning and verifying. Or only a burner, not a burner and a reader. Also, when trying to ensure that a burned disk is readable in more than one drive, verifying it in a drive other than the one it was burnt in has been a good idea since day -1.
As long as it is read on another drive the check is effective. While bandwidth problems are possible, they are pretty rare with recent hardware. DVD doesn't run very fast.
-- bill davidsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> CTO TMR Associates, Inc Doing interesting things with small computers since 1979