For readers I use panasonic which again have given me no problems at all. The
only SCSI cdrom problems I have ever had was with a Sony that would not allow
me to use it for the source of disk to disk, and that was under windoze.
Not in the US so cannot comment on the prices.
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Sent via Deja.comQuote:> I need to purchase a new scsi cd-rw and cd-rom. 8x/4x writes are fine
> and read on the burner isn't that important. I need a burner that can
> do bit by bit copies. Also i need a cd-rom that can read bit by bit or
> is good at copying copy protected cds. My price range on the burner is
> about 150-175 on ebay or street price. The range on the reader is less
> than 50. Thanks for your help.
> > I need to purchase a new scsi cd-rw and cd-rom. 8x/4x writes are fine
> > and read on the burner isn't that important. I need a burner that can
> > do bit by bit copies. Also i need a cd-rom that can read bit by bit or
> > is good at copying copy protected cds. My price range on the burner is
> > about 150-175 on ebay or street price. The range on the reader is less
> > than 50. Thanks for your help.
> Pretty much all cd-burners do the same thing. Breaking copy protection is
> in the method and the software used to accomplish it. I'm used a dozen or
> so, all different speeds and bransd, and they all do the same job... HP's
> suck though. (my opinion)
1. SCSI problem w/ CD-ROM & CD-RW
I have the following problem:
I have an AHA-1520A scsi adapter (scsi id 7) and 3 devices:
A is a 2x Chinon CD-ROM (scsi id 1)
B is a 16x TEAC CD-ROM (scsi id 2)
W is a Yamaha 4416 CD-RW (scsi id 4)
I use Mandrake 7.0 distro
I cannot get Linux to detect W if either A or B are connected but W is
detected if it is the only device on the SCSI bus. A & B are both detected
with or without W. W is not listed during the boot process when linux checks
the devices attached to the scsi adapter and 'cdrecord -scanbus' does not
find anything more.
I used the line 'aha152x=0x140,10,7,1'
I tried all sorts of combination, like putting the adapter in the middle of
the scsi bus with B & W at both ends. Terminators and other jumpers have
been checked thoroughly and then changed in all thinkable combinations.
Strangely all these worked under Window$ 95
I could upgrade to a AHA-2904CD scsi adapter but how do I know if it will
solve this problem?
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