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When long-term storage (many years) M-Discs DVD burned in 4x before is it necessary and mandatory to do a "Disc Quality" test before storing? normally i just read test nero disc speed or imgburn option verify without the Disc Quality test the data is unreliable?
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Smart to do? Yes, use Nero CD/DVD Speed, or alternative. Surface scans, jitter, PIE/PIF.

Failing a test, or jitter running high, should be considered marginal failure.
Failing surface scan = bad, guaranteed.

Any DVD, nothing special to M-Disc (just another brand/make of DVD)

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