Blindwrite is unable to write to cd?

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#1

i try to copy a cd using blindwrite.
blindread is no problem, but i am not able to blindwrite back to cd.
here is the logfile:

----- Image verification started -----
HD image is OK
Sector: Bad headers 20 - Bad Edc 14 - Weak 0 - Status 0
File systems: Volumes 2 - files 94 - folders 42
Volume size 434216 boot 0 Vol ID WillyFlug - 24.08.01 12:19:09 Status 1
----- Image verification ended -----
Microsoft Windows 98 SE
Patin-couffin version 11 in use
Blindwrite Version 4.4.0.65
----- CD DEVICE INFO START OF REPORT -----
Cd Unit report started at 12.06.03 18:46:40

VendorID : “PLEXTOR”
UnitId : “CD-R PX-W4220T”
FwID : “”
FwDate : “1.04”
Drivers : 00000000/00000000/0000000000000014
Speeds : 20/4/2/0
Bsize : 2048
Flags : 00000

end of CD Unit report
----- CD DEVICE INFO END OF REPORT -----
Unit 0:0:0 - PLEXTOR CD-R PX-W4220T 1.04
Speed x1
VolumeId : “WILLYFLUG”
Hash : D76E735FCD38514E7E8F69C639D9DCDD8CB07878
HD image “WILLYFLUG.BWT”
Writing mode : SAO COOKED
Set speed to 0 kbps failed : Code 05 24 00 [Illegal request, Invalid field in CDB]
MMC Write error reported at sector -150 : Code 05 24 00 [Illegal request, Invalid field in CDB]
Cache synchronization failed : Code 02 04 01 [NOT READY, in process of becoming ready]
Sectors read : 1914
Sectors built: 150
CD is incomplete

when using DAO PW instead, the recorder does not even start burning.

using aspi instad of pattin-couffin does no change.

i also tried another cd recorder (cyberdrive602):
this one refuses to burn in SAO mode.
it seems to burn in DAP PQ mode, but the resulting cd is not readable.

what’s going wrong?

thanks
tino


#2

This I believe is your main problem

Sector: Bad headers 20 - Bad Edc 14

Its should say: Bad Headers 0, and the 14 Edc errors wouldnt help much but shouldnt stop it from burning.
You should make a new image and try again.


#3

i think the

Sector: Bad headers 20 - Bad Edc 14

is the copy protection.
i also created an image with another cd drive, which reports the same errors.
i think there should be a way to write the disk anyway.
tino