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    how to copy a game for example microsofts dungeon siege,

    any 1 know how to copy it when it has a copy write thing on it like most microsoft products

    people say alcohol 120% does this, and i have just got alcohol 120% so i would apreciate it if some 1 could tell me how to copy the game using this program thanks.

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  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    ok cheers

    do u know wots the latest clone cd version?

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  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    ok did i do this right

    first i insterted my dungeon siege cd 1 into drive as you would normally

    then i clicked on copy cd r woteva it is

    then i clicked on game cd

    and then it started reading the cd and tuck about 10 mins so i think it was making an image of the cd

    anywayz after that it started writing to cd and when it got to about 3% a message popped up saying

    "Writing cd failed, illegal request: invalid field in CDB (5:0x24:0x00)

    wot does this mean, does it mean in other words that it cannot copy this game becoz i just wasted a full cd if that was so

    please help some 1

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