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    I was wondering if anyone can give any information about the latest Cd copying protection. I just purchased a new cd and it has "Copy Controlled" anti-copying protection... Damn if could make a copy or even rip the music without distortion. Any feedback on how to overcome this will be greatly appreciated.

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    I dont think that is allowed, cuz you cant even make backups for own use

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    my burner is one of the few that can handle copy protection

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    its simple
    how they do it is
    there is now two sessions on the cd
    date and music
    the preset is data
    so all u gotta do is change it to music
    so whatever burning software you have
    i use easy cd creator and nero
    for easy cd creator just go to it in the start menu
    and go to session selector
    and select the session
    simple as that

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    Originally posted by winnyboy1@30 April 2003 - 09:55
    its simple
    how they do it is
    there is now two sessions on the cd
    date and music
    the preset is data
    so all u gotta do is change it to music
    so whatever burning software you have
    i use easy cd creator and nero
    for easy cd creator just go to it in the start menu
    and go to session selector
    and select the session
    simple as that
    Thanks buddy.Will have to try that.I use easy cd creator also.Wonder if the new Anthrax will have this Copy Controlled stuff on it.Guess I will find out.

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    Just record the CD into your PC.
    Either plug your hifi into the line input on your soundcard (you will need a recording program for this) or play the CD direct from the PC's CD Rom. I have done this using SoundForge

    Did that make any sense?

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    I'd go with Grims method
    i've read that some copy protection can corrupt the firmware of cd-rom drives - which i reckon should be illegal

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    Rumor is, the new Third Eye Blind which comes out tomorrow, has a new type of copyguard to stop pirates. I'd be interested if anyone in the forum has any trouble making a copy.
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    Rumor is, the new Third Eye Blind which comes out tomorrow, has a new type of copyguard to stop pirates. I'd be interested if anyone in the forum has any trouble making a copy. 
    Ill handle that my burner gets around everything

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    Originally posted by winnyboy1@30 April 2003 - 15:55
    its simple
    how they do it is
    there is now two sessions on the cd
    date and music
    the preset is data
    so all u gotta do is change it to music
    so whatever burning software you have
    i use easy cd creator and nero
    for easy cd creator just go to it in the start menu
    and go to session selector
    and select the session
    simple as that
    I will have to try that method when i get any copyright protection problems,thanks.

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