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Thread: Tracks Ripped Insecurely

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    Tracks Ripped Insecurely

    Hi

    Changed computer, re-installed dbpoweramp. Now it does not rip securely.

    I was on R16.4 and tried beta FLAC.dll's, changed level but did not work. Downloaded 16.2 does not work either.

    Tried another DVD and several CDs - nothing works. This is an example what I get:

    Information ripping to FLAC, 'Track 2' to 'C:\Users\SB0044\Music\Jill Johnson\For You I'll Wait\02 Jill Johnson - It Don't Change a Thing.flac'
    ** Aborted: Have to ReRip 10064 Frames, Re-Rip Limit Set to 100 Frames
    Track 2: Ripped LBA 17876 to 39774 (4:51) in 1:00. Filename: C:\Users\SB0044\Music\Jill Johnson\For You I'll Wait\02 Jill Johnson - It Don't Change a Thing._
    Insecure [Pass 1, Ultra 1 to 1, Re-Rip 10064 Frames]
    Insecure [Pass 1, Ultra 1 to 1, Re-Rip 10064 Frames]
    ** Aborted: Have to ReRip 10064 Frames, Re-Rip Limit Set to 100 Frames

    I'm using a Dell Latitude with Intel Core i5 with Win10 Pro.

    Anyone any ideas?

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    Re: Tracks Ripped Insecurely

    Try to clean the CD or a different drive. Sometimes CDs can't be read without errors.


    Dat Ei

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    Re: Tracks Ripped Insecurely

    Quote Originally Posted by Dat Ei View Post
    Try to clean the CD or a different drive. Sometimes CDs can't be read without errors.


    Dat Ei
    Tried several CDs and a different drive. So far nothing has helped. But I must done something wrong but what?

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    Re: Tracks Ripped Insecurely

    Have you checked C2 error pointers? Try to uncheck!


    Dat Ei

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    Re: Tracks Ripped Insecurely

    Quote Originally Posted by Dat Ei View Post
    Have you checked C2 error pointers? Try to uncheck!


    Dat Ei
    Hi

    Thank it worked. My mistake, I did follow Spoons manual and the dvd said it supported C2 error pointers but obviously not. Thank you

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