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Old 03-02-2002, 17:08
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Error: START DAO RECORDING Unable to set disc parameters

Error: START DAO RECORDING Unable to set disc parameters
This is what i get when i use cdrwin 3.8f, i had it with my HP 8200 and with my girlfriend's writer lite-on LTR-12101B LS39. Is it the cdr-discs? I really don't know what to do i tried everything plz help me
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Old 03-02-2002, 17:32
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I hope I'm right in saying you've checked RAW on writing. You shouldn't do that. The Cue file provides the parameters for CDRWin to follow.

Full CDRWIn tutorial on ####://www.psxcopyworld.co.uk and som useful Q&As
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Old 04-02-2002, 00:57
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Yes, your right i checked RAW, my friend says it should be checked, so i doesnt? coz when its not checked it writes
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Old 04-02-2002, 01:19
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i saw on www.psxcopyworld.com, but there the RAW mode is checked and grey so you can't change that option, but with me it isn't checked either is it grey so i can check/uncheck the option, a cluesheet compilies fine but doesn't zet the raw option on either.
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Old 04-02-2002, 15:33
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Yeah - the example in psxcopyworld is made with a specific version of CDRWin and with a specific burner. CdrWin is sort of "smart" and sets paramaters according to the burner it finds (if it is able to read internal parameters). Some burners need to be "told" to burn RAW. For Mode2, it's not something YOU would set. But there's no documentation to say otherwise.
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Old 04-02-2002, 16:05
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Thx for your help man!!
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