Why You Want It

  • This set of optical drive test media can be used to help diagnose, troubleshoot and load test your PC’s Blu-ray Disc (BD) drives, DVD drives, and CD drives.
  • Suitable for use with BurnInTest

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High Quality Pressed Data Discs

 

For testing CD, DVD and Blu-ray Drives

 

  • This set of optical drive test media can be used to help diagnose, troubleshoot and load test your PC’s Blu-ray Disc (BD) drives, DVD drives, and CD drives.
  • Suitable for use with BurnInTest

 

When do I need them?

 

Test DVD

Test BD

Test CD

 

When used with our BurnInTest software, you can:

 

  • Check that your CD, DVD and Blu-ray Disc drives can read data and seek between files;
  • Benchmark the speed of your optical drives using a standardized disc;
  • Check that your CD, DVD and Blu-ray Disc drives can read data at both extremities of the disc (the inner and outer edges);
  • Check every bit of data read from the CD, DVD and BD is 100% correct;
  • Check that your DVD drives can correctly read both the top and bottom layers of a dual layer DVD;
  • Check that your BD drives can correctly read both the top and bottom layers of a dual layer BD;
  • Verify BD, DVD and CD drive transfer speeds.

 

Highest Quality Testing Discs on the market

 

The Test BD is a world first for the effective testing of Blu-ray Disc Drives. It is a dual-layer disc containing 50GB of test files.

 

The Test DVD is a DVD-9 which means that it is a single-sided double-layered disc offering 8.5GB of storage. The Test CD contains 700MB of data.

 

All discs are manufactured by pressing (not burning) because pressed discs offer a higher level of reflectivity compared to burnt discs. Higher reflectivity leads to higher reliability and less read errors.

 

How do they work?

 

These test discs contain a number of files which completely fill each disc. Each file contains a pre-determined sequence of binary data. This same data sequence has been programmed into BurnInTest so that when the disc is read each byte can be checked to see if it is the correct value. If an incorrect value is read, BurnInTest flags this as an error.