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Whats the best way to copy a CD?


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i've got a game i'm playing (cashflow 202) and you have to have the CD in to play it (and i have to play it in parallels cuz i have an intel mac), but i don't want the CD to get shredded, it being in my laptop and jostled around all the time.

Mac the Ripper doesn't seem to recognize it (maybe because its not a DVD?)

so i'm stumped. and i don't want to shred the disc of this very expensive game.



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OKAY i found "cd revolution" off version tracker.... we'll see how this works.

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Use toast to make a copy of it. http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/to.../overview.html
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can toast do multi session burning? it doesn't seem like OSX supports that.

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i've got a game i'm playing (cashflow 202) and you have to have the CD in to play it (and i have to play it in parallels cuz i have an intel mac), but i don't want the CD to get shredded, it being in my laptop and jostled around all the time.

Mac the Ripper doesn't seem to recognize it (maybe because its not a DVD?)

so i'm stumped. and i don't want to shred the disc of this very expensive game.



EDIT -

OKAY i found "cd revolution" off version tracker.... we'll see how this works.
How about this info...it might help you with your quest:

http://myrightbrain.wordpress.com/20...with-mac-os-x/

This info is a bit dated:

http://www.macworld.com/2004/04/reviews/dragonburn3x1/

I found this also:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=107240
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