How accurate is burst mode?
“Using T&C or AR(accuraterip) verify [I]is[/I] secure…“
Did you actually read the link I provided, specifically the AccurateRip section?..
Overtime AccurateRip can become like a wise-friend, someone you can rely on and trust. It works by storing peoples ripping results and comparing your result with theirs. For example 100 people rip Madonnas latest CD, of those 100 twenty have errors, the other 80 all have identical rips. If you were to rip your Madonna CD there are 2 possibilities, AccurateRip would report that 80 other people agree with your rip (confidence of 80), or that 80 disagree if your had errors. What are the odds of 80 people agreeing with your rip, but they really had a bad rip (ie those 80 people had bad rips which happened to give the same check code)? the odds are 4 billion x 4 billion (repeated 80 times), an astronomical number. [B]If more than 3 people agree with your rip, it is 100% certainty it is accurate[/B][B]”[/B]
Secure mode takes quite long
So try Burst mode as suggested…
I have a lot of scratched cds I think…
Is there a why to fix these? Besides cleaning the disc of course
Well, try cleaning them, try another drive as suggested by Whappo…I’ve had a few scratched CD’s that EAC wouldn’t rip, and I used dBpoweramp which did…Try it out ( 21-day trial)…