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May 25, 2001 2:43:22 PM

I have been trying to make a backup copy of my retail version of Age of Kings. I get read errors all over and I don't know what to do. I have clonecd ver and my burner is a NEC 7700a which should work with this version of cdclone. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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May 25, 2001 3:18:43 PM

Check out and look for a crack to copy the CD. Lots of CD's now a days have copy protections on them so you can't just pop them in and burn them.

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May 25, 2001 4:11:10 PM

Do you have DMA enabled for the drive you are trying to read from?
Also, you could try just putting the game in the burner drive and then copying it from there. After all, it always copies it to you hard drive first anyway.

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June 24, 2001 7:43:15 AM

I wouldn't worry about it........ The errors are often intentionally burned into the cd as a type of copy protection.

Just co[y the cd and ignore the errors. The cd copy should be fine....... you just might need to get download some patches in order to get the copied cd to work on your computer.

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June 24, 2001 6:58:40 PM

use this program to set the proper setting for clone CD. It also detects which type of Copy protection is on the CD.

<A HREF="" target="_new">CloneCD Database</A>

I have yet to fail on a burn.

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