[Scottish] [OT] CDrom Protection (Windows)

Phil Deane scottish at mailman.lug.org.uk
Sat Nov 23 18:25:01 2002

On Saturday 23 November 2002 6:10 pm, iain d broadfoot wrote:
> Phil Deane wrote:
> > Hi Folks
> >
> > I own some cdroms(originals) for my Kids, (Tweenies, Bob The Builder =
> > and they are getting old enough where they can use them themselves, b=
ut I
> > dont want to risk the original disc, so I want to make a copy so that=
> > they ruin it, I can burn them another copy. The discs seem to have so=
> > sort of copy protection which is causing erros when i try and copy it=
> > windows and in linux, It could be having empty file son the cdrom or
> > could be somehting else, anyone any idea how I get around this?? (All=
> > CDroms if that helps)
> immediate ignorant thought - rip an image (.iso) then burn that?

I use cdrdao for copying cd's usually and it writes a .bin file and a toc=
file, and it was causing errors, can't imagine an iso would be any differ=
In Windows I used Nero and it writes (its own version) of an ISO and agai=
caused errors


Phil Deane