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  1. Member
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    What is the best software to scan discs after they are burned? I just downloaded Kprobe is that the best? looking for most user friendly one that is easy to read.
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    I use nero cd dvd speed, under Extra->Scandisc and select file and surface test.
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    Nero CD DVD Speed and DVDInfopro are what alot of folks use. I primarily use the Nero Tool.
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    I have nero 6 is that included in that? Anyone have others
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    I like DVDInfo Pro...it just seems more apt to show even small spikes than Nero CD Speed does... I.E. I might have a couple small dips on my DVDInfo pro graph, but on CD Speed it's just the same old smooth line..
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