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a b G Storage
February 1, 2001 2:38:29 PM

I own a Yamaha 16X burner and am having trouble burning copy protected CDs with Adpatec EZ CD creator. Anyway around this?

Thanx
Anonymous
a b G Storage
February 1, 2001 3:38:01 PM

Easy CD Creator is not intended for copying copy protected CDs. You'd better use CloneCD or BlindRead+BlindWrite.

www.elaboratebytes.com
www.blindread.com

Anyway... YOU SHOULD NOT COPY COPY PROTECTED CDS (some people think it is inmoral... but I suppose it's a backup, ISN'T IT????)
February 7, 2001 3:52:40 AM

"Anyway... YOU SHOULD NOT COPY COPY PROTECTED CDS (some people think it is immoral... but I suppose it's a backup, ISN'T IT????)"

This is not an issue here in most cases. In my case I have a 4 year old "racer" that is playing all of my racing games like a champ, but I am keeping buying CDs all the time after his intensive "use". So it is a “little” cheaper to make a couple of copies than spend 20-30 bucks every other month to replace original ones.


K7 + KT7 + MX300 + VooDoo3000 = :smile:
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Anonymous
a b G Storage
February 7, 2001 6:53:04 PM

"Anyway... YOU SHOULD NOT COPY COPY PROTECTED CDS (some people think it is inmoral... but I suppose it's a backup, ISN'T IT????)"

Well, i have two things to say about copying cd's.
1) You are allowed, by law, to make a backup of your original. no problems here...(now, if my friends would quit stealing them....)
2) If software giants would quit overpricing there product, i would be more inclined to buy my software rather than steal my friends copy....
Anonymous
a b G Storage
February 7, 2001 7:36:20 PM

I was kidding actually.

I didn't buy a Plextor 12/10/32A for making backup copies for me of things I already have, I'd like to get money...
February 7, 2001 7:48:10 PM

You know what??

Never thought about that! :-D

Better burn in Hell with some company than freeze in Heaven all alone
!