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Thread: Best Cd-writer To Bypass Game Protections.

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    I currently have a 8X4X32X HP cd-writer. This writer doesnt come with burnproof/justlink features and cant bypass any cd-protections. I have some games I wish to copy and know k++ users are smarter than the average person when it comes to pc's.

    What cd-writer would u reccommend that can defeat the latest game/cd protections? I know there r other users who may want this info also.

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    I have a Lite-on 52x24x52 and it works great for me.

    To copy games I would recommend you download clonecd. In combination with ClonyXXL it should get over every copy-protection.

    I hope this was helpfull in any way.

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    Originally posted by abraham1812@27 February 2003 - 14:59
    I currently have a 8X4X32X HP cd-writer. This writer doesnt come with burnproof/justlink features and cant bypass any cd-protections. I have some games I wish to copy and know k++ users are smarter than the average person when it comes to pc's.

    What cd-writer would u reccommend that can defeat the latest game/cd protections? I know there r other users who may want this info also.
    its not the cd burnner that stops you from bypassing cd-protections its the program it uses,you can download many progys that will work with your burner (alcohol,cdclone)are very good at defeating cd protections B)

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    Check out LG at: http://www.lgeus.com/Product/CD/cdrom_main.asp

    I have both a Plextor and an LG. Both work perfectly but the Plextor was super expensive.

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    Im currently using Nero 5.5.9 and rarely use Clone Cd , my writer doesnt support its features. But I hear good things about Alcohol software. Im leaning toward a Lite-on, I see online that their cheaper than Plextor's products.

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    I think lite=on makes the best value in QUALITY cd/dvd drives/writers PERIOD

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    To tell you the truth i think ACER is superior to LITEOFF

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    I agree, Acer makes some of the best damn drives on the market. I have yet to find something that I can't copy with this drive.--

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    I just built a new pc. my first build out. I have a gl. but deoes the drive really make a big difference or is it the driver behind it.

    Just curious. I have a Lite on and a new 52x combo that rocks with speed.

    Waiting for the dvd wrtrs to get cheaper. Hp has a nicccceee one for $375.00

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    Originally posted by WebCheF@28 February 2003 - 06:10
    I just built a new pc.  my first build out.  I have a gl.  but deoes the drive really make a big difference or is it the driver behind it.

    Just curious. I have a Lite on and a new 52x combo that rocks with speed.

    Waiting for the dvd wrtrs to get cheaper.  Hp has a nicccceee one for $375.00
    I've had an old LG (4x4x32) for a few years, in coordination with NERO. I always copy the contents of a CD to my hard drive first, manually, not using NERO and have never had any problems with copy protection.

    I find it better to rip a music cd to hdd as well before you burn it, you've got a chance of fixing possible errors then.

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