Just saw your most recent post on the xecuter forums about the compatibility list... yeah it's a useless list and burnermax being enabled means nothing!
I've tried a bunch of MTK chipset based drives (old liteons, samsung, pioneer, asus etc) and only the ones that let you enable 'Force HyperTuning' have burnt a disc that would verify and scan ok (using MKM-003-00 @ 4x). Even then, some old LiteOn drives will fail (i.e. DH-20A1S) - they must have a different FHT implementation as they still cause it to error out around sector 2112480 during the verify operation - which is common to all of the failed MTK drives I've tested. New iHAS B & C drives will also fail at sector 2112480 with force hypertuning disabled. Enable force hypertuning (not touching anything else) and they will of course burn just fine. I've a stack of good/bad burnt DVD+R DL discs to prove it
I'd love to know what's so special about that 2112480 sector region, it must be something else hardcoded into the firmware or something. It certainly isn't present in the drive's memory area read by the payload tool.
No idea how the Pioneer 110 and 111 made it onto the 'compatible' list, they have a non MTK chipset and don't work at all!
btw, I've also seen posts about disabling burnproof. I just want ot point out that changing that setting in ImgBurn simply changes the value of 1 field (to either 0 or 1) in a bunch of parameters that don't even apply to the DVD+ (plus) format discs (as per the MMC-6 drive specs). The burnproof type technology it's supposed to enable/disable for other format discs is *always* on for DVD+ format media (and BD too). Otherwise, you wouldn't be able to pause and resume a burn - and you can. To test that, click the cancel button during a burn and then hit 'pause'. The device buffer will empty out and if it was truly disabled, when you click 'resume' you'd get a coaster - but you won't. So in short, it does nothing at all and is simply having a placebo effect. It's a bogus 'magic' fix, like so many others I see people trying to pedal around the various forums.