That firmware should work.The firmware is M5.R.0255. Not sure if that has an impact.
I don't and what's crazy is you are the 2nd member in a row having that exact error message using Windows. The only difference is @svq can't get any rip to commence whatsoever, whereas you did.Any ideas about what is causing the non-zero or disc opened error message when the test shows its open before and after the "run".
This is not normal behavior unless I'm reading it wrong. You are saying the LED on the flash drive continues to blink as active while the tray is open? If so that is not how my systems behaves at all, on my set-ups the LED flashes only briefly, then stops, as it is reading in an absolutely tiny miniscule file of 345 kilobytes total, in just a second or so my flash drive LED stops blinking.8. I insert the disc, remove the USB (its still flashing - showing active) and press the power button
OK, but what about another full power cycle?Thanks Mikey for the quick response - I did as you suggested , no luck I received the same exact message.
ARGH - I did that - reinserted the drive - more than once. Any ideas about how to correct it?I don't and what's crazy is you are the 2nd member in a row having that exact error message using Windows. The only difference is @svq can't get any rip to commence whatsoever, whereas you did.
EDIT: Another thing I should add is after a rip completes and you are ready to do another, do not ever reinsert the USB flash drive, that is entirely unnecessary and will eventually cause a problem for two reasons. The first is that machine can mount the drive from the wrong point the 2nd time because it thinks the drive is still mounted at the primary point. So don't ever reinsert the thumb drive, you don't need it, the script is still read in form the first time, to execute a 2nd rip just eject the tray, lod a new disc in, and Power OFF again. The machine will sleep again and is then ready for another rip. There is no repeated insertion of the thumb drive.
Just do the above sequence, and again, to avoid the possibility the script was corrupted by removal during the LED activity, you've flashed a fresh/clean copy of the AutoScript, correct?ARGH - I did that - reinserted the drive - more than once. Any ideas about how to correct it?
Thanks! Will do.Just do the above sequence, and again, to avoid the possibility the script was corrupted by removal during the LED activity, you've flashed a fresh/clean copy of the AutoScript, correct?
If so, just do the above full power cycle reboot as described, slow and methodical. Then follow the revised steps, do not remove the drive while the LED is still flashing, and do not reinsert the drive after a rip finishes and you should be OK.
OK, and another note on use of the thumb drive for future reference, while the Oppo, Cambridge, Pioneer units do not seem to mind being powered up with the thumb drive already inserted, the Sony machines do not like that and can very often (but not always) malfunction if the initial boot up takes place with the thumb drive already inserted.And yes I have flashed a new copy of the scripts.
Ok - tried it again and got the same response - I reset it to factory defaults before I did it and then checked the 4 parameters you specified and the IP was the same. Fresh load of scripts off the dropbox too.OK, and another note on use of the thumb drive for future reference, while the Oppo, Cambridge, Pioneer units do not seem to mind being powered up with the thumb drive already inserted, the Sony machines do not like that and can very often (but not always) malfunction if the initial boot up takes place with the thumb drive already inserted.
So when starting a Sony machine, always leave the thumb drive out until the initial boot sequence is completed, then you can insert the drive if you were recovering from a full power cycle... or, if you were simply powering the machine ON again from an OFF state, there is absolutely no need to reinsert the AutoScript then either as the unit was only in stand-by (that's what Quick Start mode enables) and will still remember the script from the last time you used the machine.
On my S590 that I currently have set-up in my bedroom, I have ripped countless discs over about 6 weeks now where the AutoScript thumb drive was never reinserted that entire time. This is because I don't use the machine for any general use, there is no movie watching or anything else, so it just stays in ripping mode and when you turn it OFF with the power button it is only going into stand-by/sleep, you can always awaken it with either the open/close button or the power button and no reinsertion of the thumb drive is necessary, it's still ready to rip. Mine has been used that way for many weeks at a time including just last night, I powered it on and just loaded a disc, Powered OFF, and ripped. The last time I did that was about a week ago, doesn't matter, the player remembers the script unless the power cord is pulled. The script was read in 6 weeks ago.
Welcome to HFH @Cabasse , it's my pleasure and we are glad you found this thread useful for extracting your SACDs, and the site as a whole interesting for its many facets.Hello,
First of all, I would like to thank MikeyFresh for inviting me to register on this particularly interesting site and all those who participate in its activity for all the information they share.
Don't worry, the Google Translation worked very well! It's very easy to understand you in the Google translated English.I am a French user and I do not practice English fluently enough to express myself as precisely as I would like in this language.
Moreover, this text is the Google translation of my first intervention on this site.
Encore une fois, mon plaisir et bienvenue à bord. Vive le rips de SACD!Encore merci à Mikey Fresh et à tous ceux qui contribuent à l'information sur la réalisation de ces rips, qui me paraissait être tellement complexe quand il aurait fallu l'aborder avec une PS3 beaucoup moins simple à mettre en oeuvre.
I can get to sleep mode, ping, and pass the "Test" with SACDExtractGUI. But when I execute it reads "Response result non-zero or disc opened libsacdread: Can't open 10.0.00.23:2002 for reading"
OK, I spoke to the developer, and unfortunately it could be bad news for the Blu-ray players involved.It worked twice then stopped and I did not change anything.
Hello,I don't and what's crazy is you are the 2nd member in a row having that exact error message using Windows.
Either, translated into English:En effet, rien ne fonctionne si vous ne créez pas manuellement, à la racine de votre clé USB tout fraîchement formatée, un dossier nommé AutoScript dans lequel vous insérez les trois fichiers obtenus après la décompression de l'extractible AutoScript.zip.
Par contre, si vous suivez scrupuleusement cette démarche, le miracle s'accomplit