EAC Rip Advice - repair with CueTools 2012-04-01 18:26:14 I've just started ripping my audio CDs to FLAC with EAC, and I'm still sorting out best practice, process etc.One of my CDs has produced the following results (edited for length):QuoteTrack 8 Filename E:\EACrips\08. The Declining Winter - Red Kite.wav Peak level 81.6 % Extraction speed 3.7 X Track quality 100.0 % Test CRC 19AB6DF6 Copy CRC 19AB6DF6 Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 3) [3794ECF4], AccurateRip returned [1FA5E99D] (AR v2) Copy OKTrack 10 Filename E:\EACrips\10. Darren Hayman - Summer Visitors.wav Peak level 97.2 % Extraction speed 4.0 X Track quality 100.0 % Test CRC 7FBFDE0E Copy CRC 7FBFDE0E Cannot be verified as accurate (confidence 2) [F97616EF], AccurateRip returned [554C2A29] (AR v2) Copy OK18 track(s) accurately ripped 2 track(s) could not be verified as accurate 1 track(s) not present in the AccurateRip databaseSome tracks could not be verified as accurateNo errors occurredEnd of status report---- CUETools DB Plugin V2.1.3[CTDB TOCID: UicV8Kmyaxw9pNZeLmwlYEZpN10-] found, Submit result: UicV8Kmyaxw9pNZeLmwlYEZpN10- has been submitted[e8d3ca1b] (2/2) Differs in 9 samples @26:46:46,33:24:56,57:08:07You can use CUETools to repair this rip.==== Log checksum 36E503263BCC98A0C330435C81DA114458968F3C364D6A28D639441EA5081504 ====I reripped with a different drive and got the same results (CRCs match previous rips). Given that should I accept the rip as okay - or should I use CUEtools to repair as suggested? (And if so how do I set up CUETools?)Any advice much appreciated!