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Bill123
01.02.2011, 12:53
Last week it was wokring. Had to restart PC yesterday (wanted to lose some virtualk drives, and a USB hub failed), and now I am getting this error message. I have re-copied using EAC, "Test and Copy Image and Create Cue Sheet". CUe follows. EAC screen shot attached.

TIA,
Bill

REM DISCID 490C4B06
REM COMMENT "ExactAudioCopy v1.0b1"
PERFORMER "Unknown Artist"
TITLE "Unknown Title"
FILE "Unknown Artist - Unknown Title.wav" WAVE
TRACK 01 AUDIO
TITLE "Track01"
PERFORMER "Unknown Artist"
INDEX 00 00:00:00
INDEX 01 00:00:32
TRACK 02 AUDIO
TITLE "Track02"
PERFORMER "Unknown Artist"
INDEX 00 95:44:72
INDEX 01 17:21:20
TRACK 03 AUDIO
TITLE "Track03"
PERFORMER "Unknown Artist"
INDEX 00 17:21:28
INDEX 01 22:10:32
TRACK 04 AUDIO
TITLE "Track04"
PERFORMER "Unknown Artist"
INDEX 00 17:20:59
INDEX 01 34:24:32
TRACK 05 AUDIO
TITLE "Track05"
PERFORMER "Unknown Artist"
INDEX 00 17:21:52
INDEX 01 37:41:10
TRACK 06 AUDIO
TITLE "Track06"
PERFORMER "Unknown Artist"
INDEX 00 15:30:49
INDEX 01 48:07:72

Sway
01.02.2011, 14:11
How is it related to DAEMON Tools? Describe your problem more detailed.

Bill123
01.02.2011, 14:43
Daemon Tools Pro Standard Edition (paid for license) says "Unable to mount image" when I attempt to mount this CUE file on a virtual SCSI drive F:. Here is the CUE file to which it objects.

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It would be nice if DTPSE gave a hint as to what is wrong with the CUE. Or perhaps it does, somewhere else?

Sway
01.02.2011, 15:33
I think you mount CUE+FLAC or CUE+APE files. These file types are not supported by DAEMON Tools, because they are just lossless music formats, not images.
When you see CUE in the list of supported image file types, you should know that CUE/BIN images are meant there.
Concerning CUE+FLAC and CUE+APE, use media players to play these files (e.g., MEDIA JUKEBOX, AIMP).

Development
02.02.2011, 22:17
Such CUE never could work because it is just corrupt.
All indexes in CUE file must be in ascending order, i..e index 00 of next track cannot be less than index01 of previous one.

Bill123
02.02.2011, 23:40
OK, I guess I pass it back to EAC.
Thanks.