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EAC can't find matching read mode!
MasterOfDisaster
post May 21 2003, 15:31
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hallo @ all,
i've just read a workshop on chip.de how to use eac. so i download eac V0.9 beta and lame 3.92. but when i want eac to detect the read mode of my drives it tells "Can't find matching read mode".
either my sd m-1502 or my ltr 24102b works.
can somebody help me?
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JeanLuc
post May 21 2003, 16:04
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Insert a music cd before trying to detect the read command


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MasterOfDisaster
post May 21 2003, 16:07
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there was an audio cd inside. wink.gif
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post May 21 2003, 16:11
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Are you using the native W32 interface or an external ASPI interface in EAC? Try different ASPI layers such as Adaptec and Ahead and place the dll's (one at a time) in the same folder as EAC.EXE.


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Sebastian Mares
post May 21 2003, 17:03
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English:
I have problems using EAC with the "Native Win32 interface for Win NT/2000/XP". My operating system is Windows 2000 Professional Service Pack 3.
EAC works great with the Adaptec ASPI drivers 4.6 and 4.7, or with the Patin-Couffin drivers.

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Ich habe Probleme mit EAC und der "Native Win32 interface for Win NT/2000/XP". Mein Betriebsystem ist Windows 2000 Professional Service Pack 3.
EAC funktioniert reibungslos mit den Adaptec ASPI Treiber 4.6 und 4.7, sowie mit dem Patin-Couffin Treiber.

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post May 21 2003, 17:54
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Hello.

Look here at the OffsetBase.

ltr 24102b -> "Read Command" MMC1
sd m-1502 -> Sorry, but I don't know the manufacturer.


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CiTay
post May 21 2003, 18:28
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QUOTE (uli-76 @ May 21 2003 - 06:54 PM)
sd m-1502 -> Sorry, but I don't know the manufacturer.

Toshiba. But the read command isn't listed. I'd try MMC1.
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MasterOfDisaster
post May 21 2003, 18:38
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thx @ all. i'll try your suggestions.
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post May 26 2003, 15:24
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Start with the Nero ASPI layer. See this link

http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....=ST&f=20&t=6419
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