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Copy as an audio cd
I'm not really familiar with Roxio. I use WMP 10/iTunes/RealPlayer. All of these allow me to burn audio cds that will work in most cd players - even my 10 year old one. Regardless of which program I use, it always goes through a "finalization" process. I believe it has to go through this process in order to be played on a regular cd player. After it goes through finalization you won't be able to add more to it.
In most burning software,
"disc copy" should do it.
Disc copy does not work
I have tried disc copy and it does not work. I have tried every option available using Roxio. I am thinking that the cd must be write protected but I know that people still copy these cd's so how can I copy this audio set?
Re: playing copied disk
If you can play the copied disk in your PC and any other PC (easy to check, and the first thing to do), AND you can play any copied music CD in both your car and your stereo (also easy to check), this must be a rather s
Then you've got some options:
1. Try to convert the CD-contents to mp3 and play that either in your stereo or in an mp3-player.
2. Keep playing that cd on your PC in stead of your stereo (this wouldn't help in your car, you'll need a notebook for that).
3. See if the copy plays on your sons stereo.
4. See if a copy made on any other PC behaves as you like.
Hope this helps.
Can you rip the disc to your computer and store it...
as .wav file? Kind of curious as to what is happening here.
What is happening here is that you guys are helping someone
create a pirated copy of a $150 source. Not a mod in sight so far. Chuckle.
I personally think this is just "fair use", but ...
if the mod think otherwise, I am not going to cry about it. hehe.
You call Mama making a second copy FOR HERSELF while
giving the original to her son fair use? Not even close.
Are you using CD-RW by any chance?
Because if you are, they won't work on regular cd players - car stereos or home stereos. They only work on computers.
This is not fair use
This is illegal.
I agree with kiddpeat on this subject.
This is not my forum but I am locking it.
CNET forums should not be aiding and abetting such activities