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Well, after trying exactaudiocopy - it wouldn't read a CD in my drive. I just decided to go with iTunes and download my CD's in WAV files. Seems like the simple way to do things.
iTunes isn't good for ripping. How about trying dBPoweramp? Not sure what you mean by "wouldn't read a CD in my drive." It won't rip a specific disc?-Jim
With a CD in the drive, it says "No disc in drive."
Easy CD-DA Extractor.....Link...
I'm a fan of QuuxPlayer. It does have a built-in graphic equalizer and will display album art.
OK - using Windows (7 in my case) here's the easiest, fastest, least complicated way of getting up and ripping and listening. (Having tried most of the ripping/playing software on this thread.) I tried to keep it free but alas, Easy CD-DA costs after a 30-day free trial.Plus with QuuxPlayer - two simple hints. To load music into the player, go to File > Add Folder to Library, then click on the name of the album > OK. Also, while the music is playing, hitting the space bar toggles between screens.Whew. (Note: The Easy CD-DA free version downloads the CD info but doesn't seem to be able to download the cover art on-line but when you put it in QuuxPlayer, it's there.)
So I would say there is nothing going for Easy CD-DA above dBPoweramp CDRipper and Audio Converter.aleg
For me (Win7), dbPoweramp CD Ripper did not download the info from the CD into the computer.
Strange thing, I would check out the installation and maybe also the setup of the options.
It is as said on the dBPoweramp forum by Spoon.Either you don't have autorisation to write to the directory you selected for your rips or some software is blocking the program to write to the directory. Easiest to test this is by changing your rip-directory to a directory that is not on your system drive, say on drive D: instead of drive C: .You could also check the security settings for your rip-directory and see if your account has the proper rights to write to the rip-directory.Try to run the program As Administrator. If this works than you have an issue with access rights.See if you can turn of any virusscanner or other security software just for the test to see if this blocks the program.It appears not to be an issue with dBPoweramp but with windows 7 setup or security software.-aleg
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