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Ripping Problem

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Hi All,

I really don't know if this is a software problem but perhaps someone can help. Frequently, when ripping CD's the ripper will be unable to rip certain tracks and the CD drive makes a noise as though it's under stress. I've been using CDex for a long while but have also tried WMP with the same result. It tends to be on tracks further down the listing but not always. This is not a frequent occurrence but it happens often enough to be a nuisance, especially if working on a classical album when the absence of one movement in the middle of a performance buggers the whole thing up. I don't think the problem is with the drive as it plays the tracks perfectly - it just won't rip them

I guess this sounds a bit vague but hopefully someone else has had a similar problem and found a solution

Any suggestions very much appreciated


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