Chigu wrote: ↑The different Media ID's for the same type of Disc pisses me off!!!! I use Maxell Dvd-R's to burn my DVD movies and I haven't had many problems with them at all. I assumed that Maxell was considered to be "1st class media" according to the website link I attached below, but when I put in the disc the media ID was ProdiscF02, which is actually "2nd class media". I didn't care as I was getting quality burns and didn't really have any major issues with the longevity of the media; so when they ran out I purchased what I thought was an identical Maxell DVD-R it had the same outer packaging, was 16x, and the top was gold, it was aesthetically identical to the other spindle that I had finished. But now when I put those into my computer the Media ID is RITEKF1, still "2nd class media" but a totally different manufacturer and according to the website below, there have been some issues with this manufacturer. Why don't they just state the media ID information on the packaging itself. I'm just hoping that these work out, I'm glad I only bought the 50 DVD spindle, rather than the 100. STUPID manufacturers, why do they do this with blank media. I'm sure a Sony LCD t.v is not manufactured by some no name brand company!!!
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For the last time, that quite is extremely outdated and was not 100% accurate when it was not outdated.
Someone should get them to remove that guide.