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Old 08-29-2007, 05:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to burn a copy-protected CD/DVD?

hi guys ...

there are a lot of third-party programs for burning copy-protected disc out there ... but i have no idea which one works as i didn't get the disc burnt jsut for the purpose of testing ...

do anyone know of a way to do it with any kind of software (even windows-integrated functions)? i believe there are many softwares out there, i just need some good recommendations ...

thanks in advance! =)
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Old 08-29-2007, 06:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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It depends on what type of CD/DVD it is. There are several applications for each type. A normal CD you can just use CloneCD or Nero. A DVD you would have to use AnyDVD and DVDShrink. That is for movies though. A DVD Game is different than that. CloneDVD should work with that.

So as i said it all depends on what CD/DVD you are trying to copy. Give us info on that and we can help you more.
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is this for legal use or illegal use? if you are copying something that is bought off a store and using it personally then that is legal but sharing or selling is considered illegal. So if you are doing it in legal use alcohol 120% might help... I think it is called burn rpms data or something i'm not 100% sure but there is advanced options in there to burn the data that is protected.
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u cant, its copy-right protected n should not be copied in anyway, it's very bad thing. U will get in trouble!!

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lol jk, just download a trial of AnyDVD n that should work.
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Making back ups of your movies eh. I really should start backing up my movies more often.
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He doesnt say movies specifically. He says all kinds of discs. Which could also mean a version ov XP since that is copyrighted. Or a game as well.
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one that really works for me is DVDFabExpress look it up on bittorrent, its just a one click deal and it makes an exact copy
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Default Re: How to burn a copy-protected CD/DVD?

oops ... thanks for all the replies guys ... actually they are company stuffs, those files they need to back-up or share for other employees ...

just to make sure these CDs/DVDs stay inside and won't get out, they want to make it copy-protected, is there any link for tutorial on this? i mean buring copy-protected CDs? thanks again ... =)
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