with copying Tiger Woods 2002. Many of you may remember that I was having a problem copying TW2002 with CCD184.108.40.206 and a plex 40x or plex 24x burners. It was intimated that the problem was mine, while I had a sneaking suspicion that CCD4 was at fault. In fact, I was never able to find anyone who had copied it with a plex and CCD4. I even contacted Olli.
This weekend I downloaded the newest version of CCD4 (v.220.127.116.11) and placed the new profiles created by our friendly moderators in it. When I ran CCD4 with the new profile for SD2 with AWS, I got a “perfect” copy. I was happy, but not sure whether the profiles or the new CCD4 should get the credit.
Well, I tried the Game CD profile last night and got another “perfect” copy. It ran in the SD-M1612, which the previous ones would not do.
So…it was CCD4 all along. I am relieved that the problem wasn’t me, after all. However, perhaps this will be a lesson to those who always question the failures of others without checking it out personally!
Although I like CCD4, it did indeed have a few things to work out and probably still does.
Incidentally, there is a post at CDRINfo which states that an e-mail from plex says that the problem with CCD4 was caused by CCD not by plex. The recent success of the plex with CCD4 seems to confirm some of this. The link is here, but you have to dig for plextor’s reply : http://www.cdrinfo.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=4763
I’ll have some comments on some of the myths that people have started about CCD later.