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Wednesday, September 19, 2001
Philips drops EFM correction in new models...(?)


With the v3.0.9.1 CloneCD author supported many new Philips models. From the supported writers list we can see that the newest:

CDRW-1612A (Atapi)
CDRW-2010 (Atapi)
DVDRW-1208 (Atapi)
DVD+RW-D01 (Atapi)
CDRWDV 2010
RW12x8/DVD
RW16x8/DVD
RW12x10/DVD
RW16x10/DVD (Atapi)

drives are not supporting "Correct EFM encoding of regular bit patterns", which needed for making perfect SD2 backups. Is that a bad sign. Possible :(



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