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What Is The Fast Error Skip Option in Clone CD?

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June 19, 2014 3:02:05 AM

Sorry, I do not know what forum to post this in. I was just wondering in Clone CD what the purpose of the Fast Skip Errors option does? And how does this affect the copy process of a Audio CD to an image? I'm wanting a 1:1 copy of the disc. Does the option skip any part of the audio tracks or what does this do? Please reply soon, thanks.
June 19, 2014 3:08:05 AM

i7Baby said:
http://www.slysoft.com/en/faq.html

You're better off asking Slysoft.


I would, however I am only using the trial version, and there for can't contact them without some kind of serial number. So I need to ask else where, as I do not feel like paying for it at this current moment.
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June 19, 2014 3:10:57 AM

There's lots of cloning/migation software. You'd be lucky to find someone else using it.

I saty away from that stuff. No need to use it if you do it the Windows way.
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June 19, 2014 9:39:08 AM

Most times, you only need to use error skipping if you are trying to clone a known bad disk (disk with errors) and you are trying to copy as much data as possible off of it, otherwise you don't need to use error skipping. Most 1:1 copies use a setting usually called "byte by byte". This option usually isn't needed either unless for some reason you need to copy some hidden data that is on the drive or some type of specific data structure.
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June 19, 2014 9:10:18 PM

Hawkeye22 said:
Most times, you only need to use error skipping if you are trying to clone a known bad disk (disk with errors) and you are trying to copy as much data as possible off of it, otherwise you don't need to use error skipping. Most 1:1 copies use a setting usually called "byte by byte". This option usually isn't needed either unless for some reason you need to copy some hidden data that is on the drive or some type of specific data structure.


Ooooh, I see. Thank you!
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