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1)I Burned in 6x soft=imgburn drive=liteon iHAS122 F Firmware EL06 DVD-R 16x media=Verbatim AZO 16x MCC RG20 and immediately tested Nero DiscSpeed ​​5> Scandisc> read test surface 100% good (I did not test jitter, pie, pif, po), I saved the disc in black dvd case and I stored it The disk without use, after one or two or 3 years I will test jitter, pie, pif, po to see the situation of the disk, jitter, pie, pif, po can be bad immediately after burning?

2) For preservation and integrity of the files, the jitter, pie, pif, po tests have to be run immediately after burning the dvd-r disk or these tests should be run after one or two or three years after burning? After burning I only tested read test surface using nero discspeed 5 and 100% good

3) If after one or two or three years of burned DVD-R this disc is slightly degraded it is possible to make future forecast of how many years the disc will still keep the files in good condition still stored in the same location and the same conditions? If it will last 15 will arrive in 30 years?

4) In my case I burned the DVD-R 16x Verbatim AZO MCC03RG20 at 6x speed in the IMGBURN drive is liteon iHAS122 F Firmware EL06, you said that 6x is bad for DVD-R 16x so I have to worry about this burning in 6x? The disk passed 100% good on the read test surface of nero discspeed 5 but I have this doubt
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