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    Wapa18
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    copying cd's under OS 10.2.6
    i have a question about copying cd's on my power mac g4. i have two optical drives, and i was wondering if it was possible to copy a cd (music or data) directly from one drive to the other, without having to copy it to the hard drive first. i know that option isn't built into iTunes, but i wanted to know if it was possible at all, maybe through disc burner or disc copy. any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks!

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    Toast will probably do this. I have never looked into this, as I don't have to optical drives. I would try Toast. I don't think Disc Copy will do this, but I could be completely wrong
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    dagaz
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    I know Toast can do this from an internal drive to an external drive. If you did a search through version tracker you should be able to find some cheaper alternatives

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