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EAC/REACT - Missing Cuesheet error
post Apr 13 2008, 22:37
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I just recently upgraded to the latest EAC (0.99pb4) and REACT (2.0.ssb16p). Now, whenever I try to rip to FLAC tracks, I get an error message "REACT: Missing Cuesheet" with the description "Unable to move cuesheet. File does not exist".

I'm ripping tracks, not images, and I have CreateAllCuesheets=0 in my REACT.ini, so I'm not sure why it's trying to create a cuesheet. I poked around in the source code and it seem like fGUICreateGleanCuesheet is called unconditionally. Is this be design?

The problem seems to be that EAC won't create a cue sheet. Even when I try to create one manually from the Action\Create Cuesheet menu it won't do it. I don't get any error message, but no cue file is created. But again, I'm not sure why REACT is trying to create one in the first place.

Sythetic Soul, it you're out there, could you please offer some advice?
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post Sep 16 2008, 12:04
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@Altair: I just had an idea; have you tried to change the "EAC -> Drive Options -> Gap Detection" settings? The about 1 minute duration of the "Detecting Pre Track Gaps" window you mentioned sounds a bit too long to me.. you could try to change the detection method. I have this 1 CD (out of about 400 CDs) which fails weirdly the gap detection method I've chosen and because of this, REACT gives me warning messages. Maybe the CD drive, gap detection method chosen & some of your CDs combination fails with you too. Long shot but easy and fast to try out.. you never know. smile.gif I don't know if the "detection accuracy" affect the process, I've it set to "Secure", but it maybe worth to try out also that setting.
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