Direct copy of cds doesn't always work, neither does NERO

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#1

When I copy any regular audio cd (no protection) with nero, i end up with a cd that will play in my burner, not in my DVD-ROM drive, in my DVD player, but not in my friends (he has a JVC). I was frusterated by this, so I tried CloneCD with Clony XXL v2.0.0.6. This makes perfect CDs that work in any drive when I use the Clony XXL audio settings, but when I use standard CloneCD audio CD settings, I end up with the same result as nero. Does anyone know why this happens?

My drives are:

Device Capabilities:
Note: This information is provided by the unit, it might be inaccurate. CloneCD does not use this information!
Manufacturer:
Product: DVD-ROM
Revision: 1.07
Can read CD-R Discs: Yes
Can read CD-RW Discs: Yes
Can read DVD Discs: Yes
Can read MultiSession Discs: Yes
Can read Digital Audio Discs: Yes
Digital Audio Data is accurate: Yes

(I have no idea whart manufacturer)
I think firmware 1.07

Device Capabilities:
Note: This information is provided by the unit, it might be inaccurate. CloneCD does not use this information!
Manufacturer: ATAPI
Product: CD-RW 48X16
Revision: A.QZ
Can read CD-R Discs: Yes
Can read CD-RW Discs: Yes
Can read DVD Discs: No
Can read MultiSession Discs: Yes
Can read Digital Audio Discs: Yes
Digital Audio Data is accurate: Yes
Can write CD-R Discs: Yes
Can write CD-RW Discs: Yes
Compatible with CloneCD RAW-DAO: Yes
Compatible with CloneCD RAW-DAO Write Simulation: Yes
Supports writing of CD+G RAW-DAO: Yes
Compatible with CloneCD RAW-SAO: Yes
Compatible with CloneCD RAW-SAO Write Simulation: Yes
Supports Buffer Underrun Protection: Yes


#2

More than likely, you’re not closing the session under Nero. When you go to burn, make sure there is a check mark in the box that says Finalize CD (No further writing possible) This will enable the CD to play back in any player.


#3

my CD-RW drive is a BenQ 4816P with firmware A.QZ


#4

It also does some funny things when it burns.

It has a light on it that goes green when reading and red when writing. When I write above about 4x, it blinks red, red, green and makes a very quiet noise when it goes green, and the buffer drops about 5 percent. It is supposed to blink red, red, red.


#5

do you copy on the fly or make an image & then burn ?


#6

I make an image, thats the funny thing.

if i set my drive to burn at 32X, it will burn at 12.5 and flash the green light.


#7

did you make any coasters or burn is successful till the end?


#8

the burn is sucessful


#9

this is strange :confused: :confused: :confused:

meanwhile just use ccd with clonyxxl to create successful copies until you find the solution for the problem.

Also, cud u list the options selected/unselected in your CCD audio profile.


#10

this is the default clonecd profile that doesn’t work (dump text into notepad and save as a .ccp (profile) file and check the settings in clone cd)

[CloneCD ReadPrefs]
ReadSubData=0
ReadSubAudio=1
RegenerateData=0
AbortOnReadError=0
FastErrorSkip=2
IntelligentBadSectorScan=1
SectorSkip=100
ReadSpeedData=0
ReadSpeedAudio=0
NoErrorReport=0
FirstSessionOnly=1
AudioQuality=0
[CloneCD WritePrefs]
DontRepairSubchannelData=0
AlwaysCloseLastSession=1
AmplifyWeak=0
WriteSpeed=0
[CloneCD DefaultReadPrefs]
ReadSubData=0
ReadSubAudio=1
RegenerateData=0
AbortOnReadError=0
FastErrorSkip=2
IntelligentBadSectorScan=1
SectorSkip=100
ReadSpeedData=0
ReadSpeedAudio=0
NoErrorReport=0
FirstSessionOnly=1
AudioQuality=0
[CloneCD DefaultWritePrefs]
DontRepairSubchannelData=0
AlwaysCloseLastSession=1
AmplifyWeak=0
WriteSpeed=0
[Common]
ImageIndex=1
NoDelete=1
[Caption]
ES=CD Audio
EL=CD ÌïõóéêÞò
FR=CD Audio

this is the one that does work from clony XXL (dump into a separate ccp file)

[CloneCD ReadPrefs]
ReadSubData=0
ReadSubAudio=1
FirstSessionOnly=0
RegenerateData=1
FastErrorSkip=0
IntelligentBadSectorScan=0
SectorSkip=0
ReadSpeedData=0
ReadSpeedAudio=4
AudioQuality=3
AbortOnReadError=0
NoErrorReport=0
[CloneCD WritePrefs]
DontRepairSubchannelData=0
AlwaysCloseLastSession=1
AmplifyWeak=0
WriteSpeed=8

hope this gives you the info you want