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QPxTool is the linux way to get full control over your CD/DVD drives.

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QPxTool is the linux way to get full control over your CD/DVD drives. It is the Open Source Solution which intends to give you access to all available Quality Checks (Q-Checks) on written and blank media, that are available for your drive. This will help you to find the right media and the optimized writing speed for your hardware, which will increase the chance for a long data lifetime. See supported devices to get a list of the currently supported hardware.

Supported tests: More Info »

- PIE / PIF / POF Scan

- TA Scan
- Jitter / Beta Scan
- Transfer Rate Scan
- C1, C2 and CU Scan
- Extended CD Scan
- Blank Media Quality Check
- FE/TE Scan on blank media
- FE/TE Scan on written media
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Link to official QPxTool site

Official Website
QPxTool was added by Apaosha in Sep 2012 and the lastest update was made in Nov 2014. There is a history of activites on QPxTool in our Change Log and Activity Log. It's possible to update the information on QPxTool or report it as discontinued, duplicated or spam. If you want a nice widget to put on your website check these out.
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