Topic: Write Offset

I don't really understand how write offsets apply to data discs to begin with so this may be a stupid question.

Is it possible to find the write offset of single track/data cds without a plextor (and how)?

And if a plextor is required, is there any tool that can do it without reading the entire disc?

I would like to include write offsets in my single track verifications but not if I have to wear out my plextor to do so.

Re: Write Offset

http://forum.redump.org/topic/2468/offs … d-command/

This will give you the combined offset, so you'll have to subtract the read offset

3 (edited by MigaMan 2016-10-14 22:32:24)

Re: Write Offset

Thanks that works. I got the drive offset from the calculations in my dic logs and got the same results.

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Or worked, rather. This worn out plextor was only able to spin up one disc and now it's giving me 5 green blinks or 2 ambers every time sad Bad luck.

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update: got 2 more disc offsets today before it became pissy again neutral

Re: Write Offset

MigaMan wrote:

Is it possible to find the write offset of single track/data cds without a plextor (and how)?

With swapping - http://forum.redump.org/post/34115/#p34115