At the end of reading a CD I get these messages:
Found 319 Q sub-channels with CRC errors.
Found CD-TEXT data.
WARNING: Cannot determine language mapping from CD-TEXT data.
WARNING: Using default mapping.
This is a brand new CD and it is certainly not scratched, so I don't understand how there can be CRC errors. With another perfectly good CD I get 144 Q sub-channels with CRC errors.
And the disc doesn't contain CD-Text, so why does it report these things about CD-Text?
Could somebody please explain? Thanks.
OS: Windows 2000 Pro
CD-ROM: Philips 40x PCA403CD
The CRC errors come from the sub-channels and
are not related to the audio data. Up to several
hundred CRC errors per track a normal.
The CRC error count is just an indicator for
the CD pressing quality and/or the reading
capabilities of the CD-ROM drive.