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Smiley Re: ALDI-Brenner!Bei WinOnCD interface Fehler-WIESO?
Hallo und Frohes Fest!Ich kenn den Brenner zwar nicht, aber möglich ist es, daß der Brenner kein "Disc-At-Once beherrscht? Könnte auch ein Treiberproblem sein. Es kommt vor, daß ein Brenner von der Software nicht unterstützt wird und nun versucht, einen Treiber zu verwenden, der am ehesten mit dem Laufwerk zurechtkommt. Schauen mal "hier" nach, ob dein Brenner unterstützt wird.Ich hänge dir mal gleich noch die Fehlercodeliste zu WinOnCD mit 'dran - man weiß ja nie?! ;-)No seek completeThe recorder didn't complete a seek on the disc. The disc is unreadable or isn't written correctly. Try a different type of media and check the recorder set up. No initial positionThe recorder can't find a start position. For example, it can't read the blank CD-R. Try another CD-R. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Logical unit communication failureCommunication failure. Check the SCSI-BUS (cable, drivers, termination etc) or IDE channel settings. Servo tracking errorThe recorder isn't able to follow the prepressed track on the blank CD-R during writing. Try another brand of media. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Uncorrectable Data error (mode 1, mode 2)An error occurred while trying to read back a block of data. This may only be a read error, try again Mode 0 errorThe unit tried to read a mode 0 block. It is not possible to read such a block. This should not appear, since no known tool writes mode 0 blocks Block not found,A read command failed. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Seek position errorThe seek command hit the wrong address. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Recovered read data with retryThis is just a warning. A block was read correctly after retries. Invalid command operation codeThis is a Syntax error. It mostly occurs on bad configured SCSI systems. Check your SCSI set-up. Invalid logical block addressThe block address given belongs to a block which doesn't exist or which can't be read. Check if the problem only occurs with a special type of CD. Invalid field in parameter listThe wrong parameter was received by the device. Check the SCSI bus or IDE configurationIllegal function for device typeThe command received doesn't belong to the CD Recorder. Check SCSI configuration Illegal field in CDBIllegal field in the Command Description Block. An attempt was made to read or write to an invalid block. This occurs sometimes after a buffer underrun, if the buffer underrun isn't reported correctly, the recorder tries to write a block of data, when the previous block doesn't exist, causing this error to be reported. Click here for help with Buffer Underruns Invalid LUNThe wrong LUN address was used. This should not appear with CD recorders and WinOnCD since only LUN 0 is supported by WinOnCD. . Medium changedThe medium in the recorder was changed between two commands sent to the CD Recorder. This should not appear during recording of a CD-R or RW Power on, RESET or «BUS DEVICE RESET« occurredA Bus reset happened between two commands, a command was not completed after a long time. Check your SCSI bus (cable, termination, and drivers) Mode Select Parameter changedThe disc mode was changed during writing. Check if any other writing software is installed Message reject errorA message was not returned, check SCSI configuration. Internal controller errorLow level hardware problem (device error). Check SCSI configuration, IDE Configuration and cables. Select/reselect failedAfter disconnection, reconnection was not successful. The SCSI controller rejected reconnection, maybe caused by a bus reset. Check SCSI configuration SCSI interface parity errorLow level hardware error. Check hardware configuration (Termination and Parity) Initiator detect errorLow level hardware error Controller PROM errorLow level hardware error No disc present (Couldn't get focus)No disc in the recorder or disc could not be recognised. Try a different media type. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Unable to spin upLow level hardware error. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Address exceeded the last valid block addressInvalid (to high) address received by device, check SCSI configuration SYNC errorIncorrect sync bytes (Mode 1 or Mode 2 block) detected. Don't mix this up with "out of sync error" during reading audio. Fill out a Technical Support form. Can't find address or not data trackDisc is unreadable or not written correctly. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Missed trackingThe recorder missed a prepressed track during writing to CD-R. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Audio not playingThe Stop audio command was send to the recorder when the Recorder wasn't playing any audio tracks. Read TOC errorThe disc is unreadable, or the TOC (Table Of Contents) was not written correctly. Try to write again, to a different type of media. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. A blank disc is detected by read TOCThe Software tried to read the TOC (Table Of Contents) on a blank disc, message should not be shown. Mount errorThe disc couldn't be mounted. The disc is an invalid format or is unreadable. TOC less diskThe disc is unreadable Disc information less discThe disc is unreadable Disc information read errorThe disc is unreadable or there is a problem on the SCSI bus. Check configuration. Linear velocity measurement errorLow level hardware error OPC initialise errorOptimum Power Calibration area was not detected. Try a different brand of media and check the CD Recorder. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. OPC execution errorOptimum Power Calibration area was not detected. Try a different brand of media and check the CD Recorder. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Emulation mode terminatedEmulation of the Recording process has stopped. Emulation is finished or a buffer underrun occurred Power calibration area fullThe OPC (Optimum Power Calibration) has been performed too often. The recorder is having problems recording to this disc. Try another brand of CD-R \ RW. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. EFM isn't detectedThis part of the disc is blank but shouldn't be. Maybe an invalid block address was sent. Try again. No logical sectorPlease fill out a Technical Support form giving as much information as possible. Full PMA area This is caused by the attempt to write more than 99 Audio tracks to a CD (track-at-once), PMA has reserved space for 99 tracks (maximum number of tracks on a CD according to red book standard (Audio CD)). Read address is ATIP area (blank)The Recorder tried to address a blank part on a CD-R. ATIP is the prepressed track on a blank CD-R. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Write address is EFM area (already written)The Recorder tried to write to an address which has already been written to. The device received an invalid block address. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Abnormal spin (servo IRQ.)Low level hardware error No write data (buffer empty), a buffer underrunCheck system performance, Speed of source device Etc. Have a look at our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Write emergency occurredLow level hardware error No error informationTry the recording process again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. No seek completeThe recorder didn't complete a seek on the disc. The disc is unreadable or isn't written correctly. Try a different type of media and check the recorder set up. No initial positionThe recorder can't find a start position. For example, it can't read the blank CD-R. Try another CD-R. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Logical unit communication failureCommunication failure. Check the SCSI-BUS (cable, drivers, termination etc) or IDE channel settings. Servo tracking errorThe recorder isn't able to follow the prepressed track on the blank CD-R during writing. Try another brand of media. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Uncorrectable Data error (mode 1, mode 2)An error occurred while trying to read back a block of data. This may only be a read error, try again Mode 0 errorThe unit tried to read a mode 0 block. It is not possible to read such a block. This should not appear, since no known tool writes mode 0 blocks Block not foundA read command failed. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Seek position errorThe seek command hit the wrong address. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Recovered read data with retryThis is just a warning. A block was read correctly after retries. Invalid command operation codeThis is a Syntax error. It mostly occurs on bad configured SCSI systems. Check your SCSI set-up. Invalid logical block addressThe block address given belongs to a block which doesn't exist or which can't be read. Check if the problem only occurs with a special type of CD. Illegal function for device typeThe command received doesn't belong to the CD Recorder. Check SCSI configuration Illegal field in CDBIllegal field in the Command Description Block. An attempt was made to read or write to an invalid block. This occurs sometimes after a buffer underrun, if the buffer underrun isn't reported correctly, the recorder tries to write a block of data, when the previous block doesn't exist, causing this error to be reported. Click here for help with Buffer Underruns Invalid LUNThe wrong LUN address was used. This should not appear with CD recorders and WinOnCD since only LUN 0 is supported by WinOnCD. Invalid field in parameter listThe wrong parameter was received by the device. Check the SCSI bus or IDE configuration. Disk application code doesn't match host application codeThe Device and the CD-R may have a application code (Photo CD-R, Audio CD-R's for HIFI CD recorders). If these code don't match, writing to the disc is rejected Medium changedThe medium in the recorder was changed between two commands sent to the CD Recorder. This should not appear during recording of a CD-R or RW Power on, RESET or «BUS DEVICE RESET« occurredA Bus reset happened between two commands, a command was not completed after a long time. Check your SCSI bus (cable, termination, and drivers) Mode Select Parameter changedThe disc mode was changed during writing. Check if any other writing software is installed Message reject errorA message was not returned, check SCSI configuration. Internal controller errorLow level hardware problem (device error). Check SCSI configuration, IDE Configuration and cables. Select/reselect failedAfter disconnection, reconnection was not successful. The SCSI controller rejected reconnection, maybe caused by a bus reset. Check SCSI configuration SCSI interface parity errorLow level hardware error. Check hardware configuration (Termination and Parity) Initiator detect errorLow level hardware error Controller PROM errorLow level hardware error No disc present (Couldn't get focus)No disc in the recorder or disc could not be recognised. Try a different media type. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Unable to spin upLow level hardware error. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Address exceeded the last valid block addressInvalid (to high) address received by device, check SCSI configuration SYNC errorIncorrect sync bytes (Mode 1 or Mode 2 block) detected. Don't mix this up with "out of sync error" during reading audio. Fill out a Technical Support form. Can't find address or not data trackDisc is unreadable or not written correctly. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Missed trackingThe recorder missed a prepressed track during writing to CD-R. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Audio not playingThe Stop audio command was send to the recorder when the Recorder wasn't playing any audio tracks. Read TOC errorThe disc is unreadable, or the TOC (Table Of Contents) was not written correctly. Try to write again, to a different type of media. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. A blank disc is detected by read TOCThe Software tried to read the TOC (Table Of Contents) on a blank disc, message should not be shown. Mount errorThe disc couldn't be mounted. The disc is an invalid format or is unreadable. TOC less diskThe disc is unreadable Disc information less discThe disc is unreadable Disc information read errorThe disc is unreadable or there is a problem on the SCSI bus. Check configuration. Linear velocity measurement errorLow level hardware error OPC initialise errorOptimum Power Calibration area was not detected. Try a different brand of media and check the CD Recorder. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. OPC execution errorOptimum Power Calibration area was not detected. Try a different brand of media and check the CD Recorder. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Disk application code doesn't match host application codeThe Device and the CD-R may have a application code (Photo CD-R, Audio CD-R's for HIFI CD recorders). If these code don't match, writing to the disc is rejected Emulation mode terminatedEmulation of the Recording process has stopped. Emulation is finished or a buffer underrun occurred Power calibration area fullThe OPC (Optimum Power Calibration) has been performed too often. The recorder is having problems recording to this disc. Try another brand of CD-R \ RW. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. EFM isn't detectedThis part of the disc is blank but shouldn't be. Maybe an invalid block address was sent. Try again. No logical sectorPlease fill out a Technical Support form giving as much information as possible. Full PMA areaThis is caused by the attempt to write more than 99 Audio tracks to a CD (track-at-once), PMA has reserved space for 99 tracks (maximum number of tracks on a CD according to red book standard (Audio CD)). Read address is ATIP area (blank)The Recorder tried to address a blank part on a CD-R. ATIP is the prepressed track on a blank CD-R. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Write address is EFM area (already written)The Recorder tried to write to an address which has already been written to. The device received an invalid block address. Try again. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Abnormal spin (servo IRQ)Low level hardware error No write data (buffer empty), a buffer underrunCheck system performance, Speed of source device Etc. Have a look at our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Write emergency occurredLow level hardware error Read time outA read command was not returned for a long time, caused by problems reading the disc Abnormal spin (nmi)Low level hardware error 4th Run-in blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks 3rd Run-in blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks 2nd Run-in blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks 1st Run-in blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks Link blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks 1st Run-out blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks 2nd Run-out blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks Unable to ensure reliable writing with the inserted discThe device rejects to write to this CDR. Try another disc, or another brand of media. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Unable to ensure reliable writing as the inserted disc has less applicability to the current designated write speedThe device rejects to write to this CD-R. Try another disc, or another brand of media. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Unable to ensure reliable writing as the current disc has no character identification codeThe device rejects to write to this CD-R. Try another disc, or another brand of media. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Command Aborted in Unknown device function at 0 ( 0 )This is usually a Buffer Underrun. Have a look at our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Buffer UnderrunThis is a common problem, and very easily corrected. Please go to our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Padding Blocks AddedBuffer Underrun. Have a look at our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Loss of StreamingBuffer Underrun. Have a look at our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Error Reading blockAs Audio CDs are not optimised regarding data security but quantity, it is much more difficult to read out an Audio CD than a CD-ROM. A Red Book Audio CD does not include error correction or synchronisation bits. A certain evaluation procedure compares the results of two attempts to read out the information. The drive reads 'correctly' if result A matches result B. Different results, however, would cause a new try. The described operation is directly supported by some CD-ROMs (e.g., Plextor 8x/12x) or can be controlled by CeQuadrat software (Audio Editor -> Options -> quality: high but slow - or in CD-Copy -> synchronisation control -> quality high but slow). Note: High-quality should not be set with CD-ROMs that reads 'overlapping', (because a double sync control is disadvantageous.) After a certain number of unsuccessful attempts, a read out error will be reported. How often a read out error occurs depends on the CD and the CD-ROM, which are not all equally suitable for reading out Audio CDs Out of SyncAs Audio CDs are not optimised regarding data security but quantity, it is much more difficult to read out an Audio CD than a CD-ROM. A Red Book Audio CD does not include error correction or synchronisation bits. A certain evaluation procedure compares the results of two attempts to read out the information. The drive reads 'correctly' if result A matches result B. Different results, however, would cause a new try. The described operation is directly supported by some CD-ROMs (e.g., Plextor 8x/12x) or can be controlled by CeQuadrat software (Audio Editor -> Options -> quality: high but slow - or in CD-Copy -> synchronisation control -> quality high but slow). Note: High-quality should not be set with CD-ROMs that reads 'overlapping', (because a double sync control is disadvantageous.) After a certain number of unsuccessful attempts, a read out error will be reported. How often a read out error occurs depends on the CD and the CD-ROM, which are not all equally suitable for reading out Audio CDs This disc has no Character IdentificationThis error message occurs occasionally with the Traxdata 4120 drive. The drive checks what brand of blank CD-R is in the drive. If it cannot recognise it, this error will be displayed. Try upgrading the firmware, or changing the brand of CD-R's. Error 5, 21, 16This is a Buffer Underrun. Have a look at our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Invalid field in Parameter listThis is a general error. You should contact your local Technical Support department for help in overcoming this problem. The error is not pointing to any specific problem, so sorting out the error can take time. Please fill out a Technical support form Abnormal spin (nmi)Low level hardware error Out of SyncAs Audio CDs are not optimised regarding data security but quantity, it is much more difficult to read out an Audio CD than a CD-ROM. A Red Book Audio CD does not include error correction or synchronisation bits. A certain evaluation procedure compares the results of two attempts to read out the information. The drive reads 'correctly' if result A matches result B. Different results, however, would cause a new try. The described operation is directly supported by some CD-ROMs (e.g., Plextor 8x/12x) or can be controlled by CeQuadrat software (Audio Editor -> Options -> quality: high but slow - or in CD-Copy -> synchronisation control -> quality high but slow). Note: High-quality should not be set with CD-ROMs that reads 'overlapping', (because a double sync control is disadvantageous.) After a certain number of unsuccessful attempts, a read out error will be reported. How often a read out error occurs depends on the CD and the CD-ROM, which are not all equally suitable for reading out Audio CDs 4th Run-in blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks 3rd Run-in blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks 2nd Run-in blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks 1st Run-in blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks Link blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks 1st Run-out blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks 2nd Run-out blockThe CD Recorder attempted to read between two tracks Unable to ensure reliable writing with the inserted discThe device rejects to write to this CDR. Try another disc, or another brand of media. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Unable to ensure reliable writing as the inserted disc has less applicability to the current designated write speedThe device rejects to write to this CD-R. Try another disc, or another brand of media. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Unable to ensure reliable writing as the current disc has no character identification codeThe device rejects to write to this CD-R. Try another disc, or another brand of media. If the error reappears, fill out a Technical Support form. Command Aborted in Unknown device function at 0 ( 0 )This is usually a Buffer Underrun. Have a look at our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Buffer UnderrunThis is a common problem, and very easily corrected. Please go to our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Padding Blocks AddedBuffer Underrun. Have a look at our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Loss of StreamingBuffer Underrun. Have a look at our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Error Reading blockAs Audio CDs are not optimised regarding data security but quantity, it is much more difficult to read out an Audio CD than a CD-ROM. A Red Book Audio CD does not include error correction or synchronisation bits. A certain evaluation procedure compares the results of two attempts to read out the information. The drive reads 'correctly' if result A matches result B. Different results, however, would cause a new try. The described operation is directly supported by some CD-ROMs (e.g., Plextor 8x/12x) or can be controlled by CeQuadrat software (Audio Editor -> Options -> quality: high but slow - or in CD-Copy -> synchronisation control -> quality high but slow). Note: High-quality should not be set with CD-ROMs that reads 'overlapping', (because a double sync control is disadvantageous.) After a certain number of unsuccessful attempts, a read out error will be reported. How often a read out error occurs depends on the CD and the CD-ROM, which are not all equally suitable for reading out Audio CDs This disc has no Character IdentificationThis error message occurs occasionally with the Traxdata 4120 drive. The drive checks what brand of blank CD-R is in the drive. If it cannot recognise it, this error will be displayed. Try upgrading the firmware, or changing the brand of CD-R's. Error 5, 21, 16This is a Buffer Underrun. Have a look at our "Help with Buffer Underruns" Lay_EDI.DLL is linked to missing export file mfc42.DLLÂ…This is a very uncommon problem. The fix, however, is fairly simple. Boot the computer into safe mode. Delete the following files:MFC42.DLLMFC42LOC.DLLMSVCIRT.DLLMSVCRT.DLLMFVCRT40.DLL Once this has been done, uninstall WinOnCD and Packet CD (Using Add / Remove programs in control panel). Then restart your PC and install Re-install the software. wurpser

*** Während die frühen Utopisten das, was sie sich vorstellten, noch nicht herstellen konnten,
können wir uns heute das, was wir herstellen, schon fast nicht mehr vorstellen.***



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