Niall O Broin wrote:
> I've a Yamaha CRW6416S burner and I was just trying with no success to
> use it with grip to rip some tracks - with grip -v, I just get a lot of
>> CDStat found a disc, checking tracks
> No non-zero length tracks
> Checking for a new disc
> audio status is 21
>> and grip gets its knickers so twisted that i have to dispatch it with xkill
> (and sometimes that only killed the GUI). I then tried to use it with kscd
> (the KDE CD player) and that doesn't work either. The burner works, in that
> I can burn with it and I can use it as a data CD, so does anyone have any
> idea why I can't use it to rip / play CDs (sudden thought - I won't be able
> to use it as a player apart from with headphones, as my IDE CD is connected
> to the CD input on my sound card, but the problem was not no sound.
>> I know there were issues with some drives with DA tracks but surely a fairly
> recent Yamaha should be OK ? Any ideas ?
I have a Yamaha 8424S SCSI and i use grip on it all the time. Ive burned
lots of audio CDs without a single hitch as well as DATA. Sorry to be of no help whatsoever,
but my model is similar and works aok. Perhaps you should investigate a flash update for
the writer off Yamahas site??
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