I just zapped two blank CDs. One CD-R, one CD-RW. The CD-R was brand new. The CD-R was burned only once and then erased. Both were expected as good.
This happened when I tried to burn a new compilation. My first since recovering from a hacker attack.
My SpySweeper was newly update and found a "Root Kit" plus 73 sub entrys. I let it remove them. Then after a week I got two good "Data" burns in a row.
The only things which could have made the good burns was, in order:
1. Un-install CDBurnerXP Pro 3.0.116.
3. Re-install CDBurnerXP Pro 3.0.116.
5. Shut off and Shut down SpySweeper.
6. Throw the two, now bad, CDs out to the chickens.
7. do a good burn.
Oh. Ah. I also turned off McAfee Virus, which has been on during previous good burns.
The good burn felt so good, I did another one.
Wow! Two in a row!