I made some cdr's for a client , but they want to start the audio at
cd block 0. Why should they want that, and how should I do that ?
Thanks - Kris
Why they would want it is beyond me. Starting at Block 0 is in
fundamental violation of the standards. To do so, you would have to
create your own program - and they would need to invent a new player.
Thanks guys. I have my config. set up differently, ricoh slaved to
CD-ROM drive and I get no blue screens. I do however receive the message
"Illegal start block address" when I am formatting a direct CD. This
happens towards the end of the format. Any suggestions?