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0gle -> DCerase (7/6/2005 7:19:34 AM)

Having a NU DDW082 recorder, I tried a full DCerase on a bunch of bad CDRW's
with several DVDINFOPRO advert versions upto the latest (4.22) but to no avail !

The process starts OK but after 5 to 10% it jumps to 100% and ejects the CD
and when I check the disk on another PC, nothing seems to have changed.

What's the trick (if any) ?!

Thanks.
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nicw -> RE: DCerase (7/6/2005 8:18:33 AM)

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ORIGINAL: 0gle

Having a NU DDW082 recorder, I tried a full DCerase on a bunch of bad CDRW's
with several DVDINFOPRO advert versions upto the latest (4.22) but to no avail !

The process starts OK but after 5 to 10% it jumps to 100% and ejects the CD
and when I check the disk on another PC, nothing seems to have changed.

What's the trick (if any) ?!

Thanks.
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The DC Erase function was designed for DVD,  while in theory it should work on CDRW,  I personally never tried it.  Other testers did and reported it worked fine, I never personally confirmed this.  There are also quick and full modes. The quick bascially only erases the TOC the full does the whole disc.  If and when I get time I will try mine on some CDRW media.  What firmware are you on?

nicw




ogr0 -> RE: DCerase (7/7/2005 6:24:55 AM)


Firmware is B377, opsys is W2kSP4.

BTW, the full FORMAT option for DVD+-RW... does it fill all the
sectors with info, incl. CRC info like on harddisks ?
So afterwards you can check a "blank" disk ?
I know Roxio's (Adaptec) DirectCD seems to do precisely
such a thing, even with CDRW's.

Thanks Nicw.




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