Hi! I've been a member since March 2002, but this will be my fist post over here. Better late than never... I've asked this question over at the Hydrogen Audio forums, but I thought it couldn't hurt to see if anyone here had some advice on this matter too. I bought a massive amount of Kodak CDRs from a webstore, since I knew they were running out, and I've always been fully satisfied with Kodak discs. This time, however, there were problems. While the burning process went smoothly, all the discs from this batch were more or less unreadable. The data errors seems to occus on the second half of the disc. If I let Nero check written data after the burning has finished, error always start to occur after between 50 and 60% of the scanning. When making audio discs the last couple of tracks are unplayable. Now, the funny thing is that these discs works fine when burned on other burners. And all other brands I've tested - including older Kodak CDRs I still have left - works perfectly when burned on my burner. It has been suggested that certain combinations of CDR brands and burners doesn't work together. What do you think? I'm using a LG 40x/12x/40x burner and Nero 220.127.116.11. This is the ATIP info from the problematic Kodak discs: ATIP: 97m 27s 45f Disc Manufacturer: Kodak Japan Ltd. Reflective layer: Dye (Short strategy; e.g. Phthalocyanine) Media type: CD-Recordable Recording Speeds: min. unknown - max. unknown nominal Capacity: 650.83MB (74m 05s 01f / LBA: 333226) (Allthough the disc itself says it's been manufactured in Mexico) And I apologize if this kind of question has been asked before, but I didn't find anything in the archives.