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Just hold the SHIFT key while loading up, and disk will stop soon - no auto load of programs or bootloaders Reply Dave Drager September 28, 2010 at 1:34 pm Thanks You can also get a special optical drive cleaner disk. Pioneer and Plextor have given me the least troubles and lasted the longest. The position of the arguments is important, it always must be in this order : ANALYSE WAV-File [-c2flip] [X-sizeofbitmap Y-sizeofbitmap] The -c2flip switch will change MSB and LSB coding of the http://deepfrom.com/dvd-drive/dvd-drive-with-best-error-correction.html

Your problem is not error-correction, your problem is CRAP media. The error graph can be viewed here. Thus some (few) drives uses a code exactly the other way round. (Even the Teac56S need this flag, but in the vendor documentation it is shown differently!). The graph of that Pioneer and some other selected drives are shown below.

Maybe once you put in a disc the drive starts spinning but the disc is never available on your computer. The second is to use some sort of abrasive compound, such as toothpaste Geeks Weigh In: Can You Fix A Scratched CD With Toothpaste? If you want to play BD movies, be sure to get the right software as another poster suggested. Sigh.

It's been incredibly reliable and seems to be able to burn anything. The error table for this graph can be found here. The standard defining the C2 error pointer was at the beginning very weak, it was not always defined which bit represent what byte. It is not copied DVDR disks i am asking about (when ever i ask this people always go on to say use better DVD-R media).

Disc Scratches Most of the time, the drive isn’t even the problem! Reply With Quote 12-29-2010,04:31 PM #9 ptr727 View Profile View Forum Posts Join Date Oct 2010 Posts 37 Re: Best CD/DVD drive for ripping Seems nobody wants to recommend specific drives, My HIFI (standalone) CD-Player Harman/Kardon HD760, music was extracted using SPDIF. https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,103097.0.html The rip result is amazing.

Now using the ruler, do the cuts for the 5 small lines on the sheet. The error table of this extraction (as using a different test CD), can be seen here. The analyser will create an additional graph bitmap and also a .dat file containing all graph data in order to create higher resolution graphs for themselves. I am sure I can recomend Plextor for the job, at least before LiteOn and TSSTCorp.

As for bad burns, I have a TDK Ricoh JPNR 01 that was burnt @ 12x before the firmware for my 3500a was tweaked good for that kind of thing, and https://forum.redfox.bz/threads/good-dvd-drive-error-correction-for-ripping.68327/ TV strat95, Nov 26, 2009 #16 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Thread Status: Not open for further replies. If everything worked out correctly the CD should look like on the photo and can now be used for the tests. (Please note that on the photo the reflection layer of greynol Hero Member Joined: 01 April, 2004 Posts: 12,143 Logged Global Moderator 13 year old Plextor vs.

Manufacturers dont seem to list this in their specs. http://deepfrom.com/dvd-drive/dvd-drive-error-19.html Some people would then just rip A and B type disks.AR database tells me just how much successful rips have been made; nothing about of ability of the drive to extract You might want to try ripbot264 at the link below. For a while now, I've been using a Sony DDU1615 GY55 with EAC running on linux under WINE.

But as most drives do not have perfect C2, it will show errors to an extend. Delete the Upper & Lower Filters!*** If you expect help then please use the powerful SEARCH. I'm using the Plextor PX-750As, which weren't bad and will check C2 errors during ripping. this contact form I just wanted to underline that again...

Afterwards use again the cutter to make sure that the cut goes through the paper completly. Following the results of the fast extraction using the Plextor CD-R PX-W2410A. Just create a small scratch, do not cut too deep or too near to the written data.

If whatever drive you have gives accuraterip matches on most of your discs, go for it.

greynol Hero Member Joined: 01 April, 2004 Posts: 12,143 Logged Global Moderator 13 year old Plextor vs. Just hold the SHIFT key while loading up, and disk will stop soon - no auto load of programs or bootloaders Reply Poenakoning September 28, 2010 at 9:22 am If the Now use your cutter to move once without any pressure along the small lines, that were cutted in previously. Many manufacturers only put one in because they now cost pennies, and no one checks the quality.So in my attic I still have the Plextor 1210A.

It's also a VERY FAST DVD ripper, and GREAT for reading scratched/damaged CDs, DVDs, not to mention bad burns. I currently use an external Plextor PX-B310U, and an internal Plextor PX-B940SA drive. The number errors measured in Loudness is the number of FFT analysis done. http://deepfrom.com/dvd-drive/dvd-drive-in-use-error.html You may want to have a look here for some reviews.

Also, good results with EAC.My suggestion is to rip with current drives either with EAC or CUERipper (part of CUETools) with AccurateRip configured, and to take out Plextor (if it still It certainly didn't make the shortlist compiled from AR results:http://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthread.php...13&p=134657Furthermore, this drive caches and doesn't provide C2 pointers. All Rights Reserved. I've tried a couple things that my 3500a won't even acknowledge are discs, and they rip without error!!!

V-a-m-o-s!! 25-09-2005 #4 Deer Slayer CD Freaks Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2004 Location: Michigan USA Posts: 385 Re: Need a DVD drive with the best error Stay logged in RedFox Forum Home Hardware Talk (english) > CD/DVD/BD Drives > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Will I brought a new DVD today and was hoping to watch it and it seems to be saying check disc and ejecting the DVD. In which case I'm being entirely unfair to Samsung, and what I'd need is a stupid drive, rather than a clever one - well for music anyway.

today's HP and Dell drives(Read 8366 times) previous topic - next topic 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. But irrespective of the music problem, I like error correction capability very much (I'll build a PC with ECC RAM when I can afford it), and would like to buy only marc_online Newbie Joined: 21 October, 2013 Posts: 2 Logged 13 year old Plextor vs. Go for a Plextor Premium or Premium II.

Style RedFox Style Language English (US) Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2015 XenForo Ltd. I would need a stupid one for music, and a clever one for old data discs. Can you tell me anything about that from those results you linked?I see no compelling reason to assume those aren't covered in the data in a way that is disproportionate to Wasn't the Plextor 1210A a DVD-Rom drive (or am I confusing some model numbers?)Hm indeed, my memory may have failed me - I shall climb into the attic and dig it

While I've found no comments about the Samsung burner (but see club.myce below), I infer from my experience that it has lousy error correction. Wasn't the Plextor 1210A a DVD-Rom drive (or am I confusing some model numbers?) I do remember flashing a Plextor to be region free and I did rip my CDs with