I don't have a CD-RW yet, but going to have one soon, my questions is about disc copying. I few musicl CD's and I when I wonna see the sie of one MP3 file there it is only 44.4 byes! if I copy it - it doesn't work, is it the cd protection??? I know that for games I can go to www.gamecopyworld.com and download CD protection remover for any game I want! but how about other software?
He/she's dragging the files. They aren't MP3 files, they're CDA files, basically the files that tells your computer there's something on the CD. Get a ripping program and rip the songs off the CD. Then you can burn them back to CD or encode them to MP3. Or, just do a cd copy. It'll make a 'perfect' duplicate of the cd.
Apple? Macintosh? What are these strange words you speak?
Yeah, looks like that's the problem there. Rip the CD tracks into wavs or MP3s onto your hard drive first using a program such as AudioCatalyst. Then, in Nero/Adaptec or any similar CD writing program, you should be able to drag and drop those files into an "audio CD."