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Thread: Inaccurate (confidence 24) Secure (Warning). Reason to worry?

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    Inaccurate (confidence 24) Secure (Warning). Reason to worry?

    Hi,

    Can someone elaborate some of the AccurateRip and Secure Rip reports? Below is a part of a log file. Notice underlined and bold parts.

    Code:
    Track 7:  Ripped LBA 124567 to 141305 (3:43) in 0:33. Filename: E:\FLAC rips\Who, The\1971 - Who's Next\07. Going Mobile.flac
      AccurateRip: Inaccurate (confidence 24)   Secure (Warning)  [Pass 1, Re-Rip 17 Frames]
    
    ...
    
      CRC32: F3D845ED     AccurateRip CRC: 0E3814B1     [DiscID: 016-002ce0cb-021fd5d0-05124810-7]
    
    16 Tracks Ripped: 13 Accurate, 1 Secure, 2 Secure (Warning)
    Every track ripped in 0:09 to 1:13 time, the songs average at around 5 minutes long.

    Questions:
    a. Inaccurate even though a confidence of 24?
    b. Secure but with a (Warning)?
    c. a and b because of the re-rip?
    d. Can I rest in peace with these warnings? I'm serious about bit perfection. Click-free is not enough for me.

    I have setup these correctly:
    - offset (AR device list)
    - cache (clean test CD)
    - FUA (not a plextor so OFF)
    - C2 (scratched test disc)
    - drive is in DMA mode

    PS. A second ripping session for the album produces different results. There were still tracks with inaccurate, secure(warning) reports, but some songs were accurate and secure, even though they hadn't been so in the first ripping session.

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    Re: Inaccurate (confidence 24) Secure (Warning). Reason to worry?

    a. That means 24 people said your track was inaccurate.
    b. Per the CD ripper help file: "the green i indicates that frames had to be re-ripped, possibly and undetected error has slipped through."
    c. b yes, a no.
    d. Since all of your tracks but 3 were accurate, I would try to re-rip those tracks.

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    Re: Inaccurate (confidence 24) Secure (Warning). Reason to worry?

    Double check your cache settings, what is the value?

    As ltdata says, re-rip those 3 tracks (switch on the CRC column) if they are the same CRC (ie goes green) then everything should be ok.

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    Re: Inaccurate (confidence 24) Secure (Warning). Reason to worry?

    I re-detected the cache size with a different clean CD with the same results:

    Drive does not appear to cache, no cache clearing will be used.

    Test time without re-read: 3229 ms Test time with re-read: 48844 ms

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    Re: Inaccurate (confidence 24) Secure (Warning). Reason to worry?

    I do not think the drive caches.

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