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    what would cause slow index detection

    like 3-7 minutes to scan disks, the same disk put in a different drive scans in a few seconds.

    the affected drive is a sata bluray-rom drive listed as:
    ATAPI -iHOS104

    on the dbripper drive selector

    drive appears to rip fine once the gap/indexes are detected.

    the gap detection goes fast, only a few seconds
    the index detection takes 3 to 7 minutes.

    I don't believe it happened before on r14 final, and this is first rips I've done since installing 14.1 beta

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    Re: what would cause slow index detection

    Try going back to R14

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    Re: what would cause slow index detection

    I'm seeing the same behavior in R14 final (latest) with an internal blue-ray reading drive. The drive is listed as:
    HL-DT-ST BDDVDRW CT21N

    specs are here:
    http://www.lgsolutions.com/__downloa..._011026_PR.pdf

    I did NOT install the 14.1 beta.
    Last edited by TechVsLife; 03-07-2011 at 02:05 AM.

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    Re: what would cause slow index detection

    I will keep an eye out for other people who might be having the same issue.

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    Re: what would cause slow index detection

    Thank you. The other thing I notice is that no "drive read cache" was detected (and cachex doesn't get any info from the drive). running win 7 x64 sp1.

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    Re: what would cause slow index detection

    Hi,

    FYI

    When gap is elected to be shown in the columns I am getting very, very slow gap detection and indexing with one of my drives and DBPA R14 winxp. I haven't dipslayed the gap column before so I can't say if it occurred with R13 as well.

    SAMSUNG - CD-R/RW SW-248B very slow gap detection and even slower/stuck in indexing 5mins per track!!

    HL-DT-ST-DVDRAM GSA-4163B takes a few seconds fro both gap and indexing

    What difference does this make to the rip anyway? Is it just for information or does it affect my FLAC files? Do I ahve to re-rip with this selected? :o

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