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    Problem with key disk

    Hello. I'm using an external ODD and the model is LG's gp62nw60

    And i also using EAC.

    Despite the ODD equipment released in 2018, offset detection using Keydisk is not possible.

    The disks I used are The Beatles 1 and Daft Punk's Discovery.

    Is there anything else I missed other than using the disk in the Key Disks list?

    It's very confusing. I believe someone can help.

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    Last edited by apple185; 10-10-2020 at 04:37 AM.

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    Re: Problem with key disk

    Have you used these CDs before to configure a drive? They could be a different pressing to that in the AccurateRip DB.

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    Re: Problem with key disk

    just keep trying with popular CDs. It can sometimes take 10 or 15 disks before it configures. And sometimes only one.

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    Re: Problem with key disk

    Thank you for your reply

    But i'm gived up.

    I will find better software than EAC

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    Re: Problem with key disk

    Quote Originally Posted by apple185 View Post
    Thank you for your reply

    But i'm gived up.

    I will find better software than EAC
    You should look at the top of this page. dbpoweramp, the forum you are on, is--in my opinion--a better ripper than EAC. Certainly more user friendly. And the dbpoweramp creator also created AccurateRip database.

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    Re: Problem with key disk

    Hi All, Is there any way to check if my Buffalo BDXL has Read into Lead-in or Lead-out, or do I have to keep inserting disc's to get the configure Accurate rip page up?
    Steve

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    Re: Problem with key disk

    They are two separate things, AccurateRip and read into lead in and out. To work out the latter is very difficult and involves mastering a special audio CD.

    To configure accuraterip keep feeding CDs.

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    Re: Problem with key disk

    Hi Spoon, Thanks for quick answer, sorry should have worded better, I'm just running a marker pen disc and the signs are it reads the first few tracks then starts to error so my drive may have read into lead in and out, can I assume the master disc has to match one in the database so popular disc's are best?

    Thanks Steve

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    Re: Problem with key disk

    The marker pen test, this tests for c2 error pointers.

    Yes popular discs.

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    Re: Problem with key disk

    Hi Spoon, Many thanks for the advice, having run the marker pen test it detected C2 error pointers in my drive so I set up Ultra rip with those guidelines, after feeding several disc's I did get a "This disc can be used to configure" but when I clicked OK it said it could not, do I just keep feeding more disc's until I get a OK message?
    Thanks Steve

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    Re: Problem with key disk

    Yes

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