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Copying A Cd

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Appologies if this question seems daft, but I am a new Mac user.
I want to copy an Audio cd without ripping the tracks.
I just want to do a basic disc copy, and have exact copy of the original.

How do I do this???


oh yeah I have the 15" powerbook osX
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