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how should i interpret the plextools' POE values? - 1/5/2006 2:57:22 AM   
shimman

 

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this might be a newbie question, but i was confused about Parity Outer Error with Parity Inner Failure as kprove used POE as PIF

like most dvd burner reviews cdrinfo.com published, POE was scanned with plextools, but i have no idea how to interpret POE values.

what exactly is POE? what's the upper limit of POE values to be considered as a good burn?

thanks
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RE: how should i interpret the plextools' POE values? - 1/5/2006 3:15:03 AM   
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As Plextools states:

"...in case of POF, there is a chance that the data will become unreadable..." which means that currently the specific data are not a problem for the drive but there is a possibility sometime to be. So the less the better...


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RE: how should i interpret the plextools' POE values? - 1/5/2006 1:52:58 PM   
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thanks for info, antonio

well, that was shown when i tried to scan first time from the plextools, but i like to know what's the safe value of POE. cdrinfo.com's writing quality scans using plextools + 716a showed that POE can be very high which dosen't seem to have any corelation with PIE nor jitter (one think is related to smoothness of transfer test).

i was just wondering anyone know technical defintion of POE & its recommended limit

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RE: how should i interpret the plextools' POE values? - 1/5/2006 3:01:29 PM   
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Those are not errors with a possiblity in the future to be but not for sure. So...


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RE: how should i interpret the plextools' POE values? - 1/5/2006 9:32:56 PM   
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I made an attempt to answer the same question in the CD Freaks Plextor forum.
 
My answer is here: http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?p=1230200#post1230200

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RE: how should i interpret the plextools' POE values? - 1/20/2006 5:05:03 PM   
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dragemester, thanks for your post.

i guess there is no recommended limits; i was just bothered by some pikes in burst scans using plextools

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