Re: Switching CDRW ... Acer, another option please!
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Are you burning the iso images as a single file, or creating a cd from the iso images? -Michael On Mon, 2003-04-07 at 17:16, Audioslave - 7M3 - Live wrote: > Michael Fratoni wrote: > > In the for what it's worth department, I had a burner (Acer) that produced > > disks where I was unable to read the md5sum using any combination of > > options. It always wrote run out sectors to the disk. Using readcd or dd > > and calculating the correct size, I could get them. > > My CDR is an Acer. It worked alright with RH 7.3. I have never tried it > through WinME. (Not There any longer)So I don't know how or if it even > worked with the default software supplied. > > These burned CDRs work for mediacheck and the MD5SUM come back OK, from > both the reader and from the Acer CDR, that I still use. They just seem > to not be portable. They are sort of customized CDRs for the native system. > > The ACER model might have problems specific to it. But I don't think > that it should be different enough to cause so much of a departure from > usability. > > If the other person, with similar problems also has an ACER CDR, I think > that the vendor needs to put out an upgrade for the firmware. Throwing > out a few hundred dollars is a bit extreme to solve a common problem. > > Thanks for your experience and solution to the CDR problem. I hope it > isn't the CDRW unit though. > > Jim C. > > > > > I replaced the burner with a a Plex writter, and haven't had a problem > > since. I can get the md5sum with 'md5sum /dev/hdc'. With the older > > burner, this always resulted in IO errors. > > > > - -- > > - -Michael > > > > -- > E = MC ** 2 +- 3db
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