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Wednesday, August 22, 2001
"RAW-DAO 94"..What is about?


With the arrival of new CloneCD v3.0.7.2, a new writing mode is introduced: "RAW-DAO 94".

It supports: 2352 bytes RAW Data + 94 Bytes P-W Subchannel Data. Same as RAW-DAO 96, but 2-Bytes CRC of the Q Subchannel are generated by the writer.

This new mode is "invented" from CloneCD author, since all Acer drive which write 96 bytes subchannel data always correct the CRC in the Q-Channel. In other words: ACER drives can write CD-Text and CD+G CDs but they DON'T write LibCrypt CDs correctly.


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