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Need Help Burning Cd's In EAC

Well I need some help on burning perfect cd's with EAC and my problem is when i try to burn a cd using a cuesheet it give me a message saying there's no disc in drive and the cd-drive i have is a Hp DVD RW AD-7701H Adapter:1 ID:0 and i did go through the EAC burning guide and i need some help setting up EAC write offset too......thanks in head of time

Need Help Burning Cd's In EAC

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Well I need some help on burning perfect cd's with EAC and my problem is when i try to burn a cd using a cuesheet it give me a message saying there's no disc in drive and the cd-drive i have is a Hp DVD RW AD-7701H Adapter:1 ID:0 and i did go through the EAC burning guide and i need some help setting up EAC write offset too......thanks in head of time


Hi,

I think you have first ripped a CD (copy and generate a cuesheet) and inserted a writable CD 

Please read this first: EAC- HowTo
Drive-offets will be found also here: AccurateRip

Regards
Thomas

Need Help Burning Cd's In EAC

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I did properly set up eac and i do  have the correct cue sheets for the rips also and my EAC wont detect any blank cd-r's so thats my problem.

Need Help Burning Cd's In EAC

Reply #3
I'm assuming that other burning software works for you?  Then my guess would be that EAC just will not work with your drive.  I've had a few drives that EAC wouldn't work with.
"You can fight without ever winning, but never win without a fight."  Neil Peart  'Resist'

 

Need Help Burning Cd's In EAC

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EAC- HowTo

This site contains incorrect information about configuring your drive and doesn't appear to contain any information about trying EAC's internal ripping engine first and then trying CDRDAO if that doesn't work.

This is the first thing that should be addressed before coming to a conclusion like the one dreamliner77 gave:
Then my guess would be that EAC just will not work with your drive.


I was looking for a particular discussion where I was helping someone determine their write offset that but couldn't find it.  This was the best I could come up with:
http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=66372

A google search for the terms "configure write offset" gave some reliable information within the first couple hits.
Is 24-bit/192kHz good enough for your lo-fi vinyl, or do you need 32/384?

Need Help Burning Cd's In EAC

Reply #5
Is there any other way to find out what the write offset is for my cd drive?

Need Help Burning Cd's In EAC

Reply #6
Unless someone else put forth the effort, did it correctly and made the result public, the answer is no.
Is 24-bit/192kHz good enough for your lo-fi vinyl, or do you need 32/384?

 
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