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EAC Unhandled exception at ASPI32.4152 -> ASSIGN-RANGE

Any idea what might be causing WAC to drop the error "Unhandled exception at ASPI32.4152 -> ASSIGN-RANGE" and then crash the program?


Re: EAC Unhandled exception at ASPI32.4152 -> ASSIGN-RANGE

Reply #2
It's not copy protection.


Re: EAC Unhandled exception at ASPI32.4152 -> ASSIGN-RANGE

Reply #4
There are no problems with TOC, EAC extracts up to 56th track, as can be seen on the screenshot, then it crashes, I don't get a log, because it crashes before creating one.

Re: EAC Unhandled exception at ASPI32.4152 -> ASSIGN-RANGE

Reply #5
Anything that could be done?

Re: EAC Unhandled exception at ASPI32.4152 -> ASSIGN-RANGE

Reply #6
1 - Don't use ASPI, try native mode.
2 - Try another drive
3 - Try another software
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Re: EAC Unhandled exception at ASPI32.4152 -> ASSIGN-RANGE

Reply #7
It is native.
Drive is irrelevant.
EAC is the only true software.
It's about how to force EAC to read past 90 minute index, neither mode, nor drive, is a problem.

Also, CueTools returns "Invalid stride" error.
While CueRipper does the same.
What might be done to avert it?
What other softwares could be tested?

I think I found what the problem of ripping with CueTools is:
"https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,118913.msg980695.html#msg980695"
It worked fine with 2h rips of DVDs, but can't handle ~150 min soundtrack...

Re: EAC Unhandled exception at ASPI32.4152 -> ASSIGN-RANGE

Reply #8
It is native.
Drive is irrelevant.
EAC is the only true software.
It's about how to force EAC to read past 90 minute index, neither mode, nor drive, is a problem.

Also, CueTools returns "Invalid stride" error.
While CueRipper does the same.
What might be done to avert it?
What other softwares could be tested?

I think I found what the problem of ripping with CueTools is:
"https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,118913.msg980695.html#msg980695"
It worked fine with 2h rips of DVDs, but can't handle ~150 min soundtrack...
hi
may I ask you if you have you tried dbpowramp cd ripper and EZ CD Audio Converter (in the past i had some issues with some cd and it was able to do it) ?
thanks