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Thread: Can't configure Accuraterip with SATA adaptor

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    Can't configure Accuraterip with SATA adaptor

    Hello everyone,

    I am currently having some problems configuring Accuraterip while setting up dBpoweramp for the first time.

    I am using a Plextor BDR-209EBK drive that I hooked up to my computer through a SATA to USB3.0 adapter. The drive works absolutely fine on my computer and in dBpoweramp, however it is recognized by Windows not as the Pioneer itself. but through "ASMedia - ASM105X", which I think is the name of the adapter in some way.

    Now the Accuraterip configuration window pops up, it finds the "ASMedia - ASM105X" device in the Accuraterip database and expects an offset of +6. However, when I checked the Accuraterip database online for the Pioneer drive it says +667. I have been putting in some discs for configuration and the ones that work indeed come back as +667, but now Accuraterip says it will not key those as they don't match the expected offset of +6. Do you guys have any idea what to do to proper configure the drive?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: Can't configure Accuraterip with SATA adaptor

    You would need a different adaptor which does not change the name of the drive.

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    Re: Can't configure Accuraterip with SATA adaptor

    Thanks for your response.

    Maybe anyone here that is also using this kind of setup and can confirm a working adapter?

    Thanks again.

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    Re: Can't configure Accuraterip with SATA adaptor

    I've had no problem with one made by Kingwin, and ones made by Sabrent. Not sure the Sabrent ones are now being made. The Kingwin has conversion for both IDE and SATA. (not that I was looking for that, but it was in stock.) I've had several of the Sabrent ones fail (become unresponsive) after a year or two. Reason unclear.

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    Re: Can't configure Accuraterip with SATA adaptor

    I've used a Lindy USB 2 without problems for the last three years. It works perfectly for both IDE and SATA.

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