Ripping Problems

I cannot see a CD tab to rip from! 
Skips and pops are in my ripped tracks! 

I cannot see a CD tab to rip from!
This is most likely because you do not have an ASPI layer properly installed.  Rerun the installer and reboot.  

Skips and pops are in my ripped tracks!
Older CD drives (readers) do not have the ability to seek properly to a position on a CD and, thus, if they get out of sync, it will produce a pop in the audio.  Here are some things to try.
  • Make sure the CD is clean and does not have scratches on it.  (It may be permanently damaged and there may be no way to avoid the pop.)
  • Try turning the "Jitter" setting to "ON" in the Preferences on the "Ripping Tracks" section.  (Ripping may be more accurate, but slower.)
  • Try ripping the CD on another CD drive if you have more than one.
  • Shut down other programs, including screen savers and virus checkers to free up your computer's resources.
  • Try ripping to WAV format, instead of MP3, OGG or WMA.  (This requires less computer power.)
  • Change your ASPI layer.  If you are using the Acoustica ASPI, try un-checking it to use the default Window's ASPI layer.
  • Try purchasing and installing a new CD Drive.  (Writers and readers are pretty inexpensive these days.)
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