[paranoia] Newbie User - Can't read CD
huntres at ibm.net
Tue Sep 14 20:28:07 PDT 1999
I had *no* idea that this was so complicated!
I am using audiograbber to rip in windows. It has 3 options for ripping,
ASPI, mscdex and analog. MSCDEX fails, analog works fine (I guess that is
resampling through the soundcard....) and using the "detect" button on the
ASPI screen it selected "unbuffered burst copy" with default speed.....when
I begin to rip, it says its reading at 0.05X! its gone for quite a while
without an error, but I don't really have the patience to let it run a very
long time to see if it will be successful.
However, if you are interested in getting cdparanoia to work with this
drive, I'll try whatever you want :)
From: Monty <xiphmont at xiph.org>
To: paranoia at xiph.org <paranoia at xiph.org>
Date: Tuesday, September 14, 1999 3:31 AM
Subject: Re: [paranoia] Newbie User - Can't read CD
>> I can read from an iso9660 cd so I believe that I have ide-scsi emulation
>> correctly installed.
>Yes. Cdparanoia would have told you if there was generic SCSI trouble.
>below proves you have it set up correctly.
>> Here is the output from -vQ
>Neat! You really do have a drive for which cdparanoia doesn't know (and
>find) the command set, yet the drive is CDDA capable. This is the first
>documented example in nearly ten months :-)
>Does the windows utility happen to mention what packet command it's using
>read from the drive? I can make a bunch more educated guesses if you're
>willing to try them. It's also possible that the autoprobe is confusing
>drive such that the working command follows a probe that puts the CDROM
>> Checking for MMC style command set...
>> Drive is MMC, but reports CDDA incapable.
>Uh... hmm. The drive claims it can't do esxtraction. A windows utility
>actually manages it? Or is it just setting the drive to play back the
>and then resampling the analog using a sound card? (I'm not trying to pooh
>the utility that works, just trying to make sure we know what it's doing
>before heading off on any wild goose chases.)
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