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Thread: Eject Button Causes CD Ripper to Crash

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    Eject Button Causes CD Ripper to Crash

    On 16.1, hitting the eject botton (the one between Rip and Refresh) causes CD Ripper to crash. Reproducible, as it happens every time - both my drives and with every CD.

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    Re: Eject Button Causes CD Ripper to Crash

    Which version previously worked?

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    Re: Eject Button Causes CD Ripper to Crash

    15.3

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    Re: Eject Button Causes CD Ripper to Crash

    Also, I've found another issue.

    If I rip a CD, then edit the filename of one track. If I then rerip only that track, it does not take into account my edits. I have to rerip the entire CD for it to take my edits.

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    Re: Eject Button Causes CD Ripper to Crash

    On the CD Ripper options page, what is the Communication option set to please?

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    Re: Eject Button Causes CD Ripper to Crash

    SCSI Pass Thru

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    Re: Eject Button Causes CD Ripper to Crash

    This does not make any sense, the code for eject is 100% untouched from R15 to R16

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    Re: Eject Button Causes CD Ripper to Crash

    I'm using the latest Win beta(3) on my win7 64 amd.
    Before the beta (1607) the same thing was happening...

    <Insert Audio CD> (click for eject) <Ejecting CD...> <Insert Audio CD> (clicky for close) <Ejecting CD...> it doesn't close the tray. At that point you're getting the blue spinning donut.

    The tray has to be manually closed. The software finds the CD then reads it.

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