Exact Audio Copy V1.0 beta 3 (including CDRDAO and Flac packages) last changed on 22.09.11
Old test results
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Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
- starting EAC
- set CD-ROM device and get CD Info
What does not
- the AUDIO-CD is not immediately detected, you have to insert and mount a DATA CD first (see my comments!)
What was not tested
- ripping / FLAC conversion
To run EAC without errors, the following steps were important in my case:
Register DLLs manually:
(run this command while in the folder where EAC has been installed)
Prepare Wine for the Audio-CD with the help of this:
(taken from )
1. Insert a data CD in the cd-drive! The OS should mount the
CD. (You may have to mount it manually.)
2. Run winecfg and set up the CD drive in drives tab.
There should be a link to your drive, eg. E:, otherwise set it manually:
- path: /media/ (in my case)
- type: CD-ROM
- device: /dev/sr1 (in my case)
3. Run EAC while the DATA CD is inserted in the drive. Set the
interface to 'native Win32 interface for WinNT/2000/XP'.
(since EAC 1.0beta3 this was already chosen)
4. Run EAC again (the DATA CD is still inserted and mounted!).
EAC should start and show the data CD. Replace the data CD
with the audio CD, without exiting EAC.
5. Wait a few seconds ... VOILA! Now you should see your AUDIO CD.
(this procedure with the extra DATA CD has to be done everytime once EAC was closed... but it only takes one minute...)
"EAC Doesn't Detect my CD Drive"
by Bastian on Sunday August 19th 2012, 10:34
These days I have this problem and I have yet to figure out why it happens. What I have found out, though, is that when I insert a DVD and open DVDFab while having EAC open in the background, EAC all of a sudden detects the drive. Now, eject the DVD, insert an Audio CD and you should be ready to rip.