and don't forget that Nero CD-DVD Speed reports the total of the read offset of the tested drive and the write offset of the recorder which was used to create the test disc.
Correct?Also, any idea why it doesn't work with a commercial Audio CD
Simply "recorder" is drive used for burning, "tested drive" is drive used for test. In your case it is probably the same drive. Offset is always related to hardware.Before writing post I tested the whole procedure, using CD-RW, and it worked perfectly.
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Certainly you cannot used "commercial Audio CD", it must be burned not pressed.
Do you know of any software, besides EAC that can calculate the read offset, not the combined offset?