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Can no longer get Disc/Track info for ripping with ECDC

Postby Roberto on Wed May 26, 2004 11:53 am

Hi,
A bit new here. I admit I haven't used Easy CD/DVD Creator 6 too much yet, but I have been able to rip/burn 6 or 7 CDs with no problems. Now all of a sudden, I can't seem to get the darn thing to add the Disc/Track info when I rip with Audio Central. It adds all the tracks and burns them fine, but without any of the song titles. Any thoughts? I also get an error "ctcatend: MO L65 FO P6x ErrorCode=0". Has anyone else gotten this error?
Thanks!
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Postby TheCDBurner on Wed May 26, 2004 2:18 pm

Well, I don't have ECDC, but there is a couple of things I can think of:

Do you have the latest update for ECDC? If not, get it!
Have you tried ripping the CD with another program? If it's a music CD, grab CDex - it's the best ripper around.
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Postby jmbrown12 on Wed May 26, 2004 3:35 pm

I agree with TheCDBurner about using a better ripper. That message normally indicates a corrupted database. The following is from the Roxio support pages:

In order to get rid of the "ctcatend" error do the following:

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For Windows 98/ME
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1) Close any open programs, especially those included with Easy CD/DVD Creator 6
2) Press CTRL-ALT-DELETE on your keyboard which should launch TASK MANAGER.
3) End task on any programs running referring to EASY CD CREATOR including but not limited to MEDIADB.EXE, PLAYLIST.EXE, and RXMON.EXE
4) Find the ROXIO folder located in c:\windows\application data
5) Right click on the ROXIO folder there and choose RENAME. Call the folder ROXIO.OLD
6) Now restart the application that was giving you that error message and it should no longer come up.

NOTE: If you are unable to rename the folder because permission is denied or the folder may be in use, boot the machine in safe mode and then rename the folder. Then reboot in normal mode and continue with step 6.

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For Windows 2000/XP
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1) Close any open programs, especially those included with Easy CD/DVD Creator 6
2) Press CTRL-ALT-DELETE on your keyboard which should launch TASK MANAGER.
3) Click on the PROCESSES tab
4) End any processes referring to EASY CD CREATOR including but not limited to MEDIADB.EXE, PLAYLIST.EXE, and RXMON.EXE
5) Find the ROXIO folder located in "c:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data" where USERNAME is the name of the user you are currently logged in as
6) Right click on the ROXIO folder and choose RENAME. Call the folder ROXIO.OLD
7) Now restart the application that was giving you that error message and it should no longer come up.

NOTE: If you are unable to rename the folder because permission is denied or the folder may be in use, boot the machine in safe mode and then rename the folder. Then reboot in normal mode and continue with step 7.
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Postby Roberto on Fri May 28, 2004 11:06 am

TheCDBurner wrote:Well, I don't have ECDC, but there is a couple of things I can think of:

Do you have the latest update for ECDC? If not, get it!


Thanks, I did not. Downloaded updates and it works now. If it craps out again though, I will definately try CDex.
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