my computer has a DVD-rom drive, and it always throws me errors such as Cyclic Redundancy Check error when i install softwares, especially large games. i have jedi academy, but my DVD-rom drive does not let me install (yes, the CRC error). so i turn to an older yet serviceable computer and try to use Alcohol 120% to create an image of the disks so that i can install from my HD by mounting it on a virtual drive. I don't need to burn the images onto CD-RW (i don't have a burner anyways). I successfully create an image of Disk 2 in .ISO, but as for Disk 1 there is a SecuROM 4.84.84.0020 protection for a specific file (E:\GameData\GameData\jasp.exe). Also, if i try to create an ISO image for Disk 1, there will always be 2 errors at the end (i take that as a sign for CD protection). Scenario explained
now the question is- how can i create a good image (formats other than ISO are fine) of jedi academy Disk 1 and beat the SecuROM protection? Appreciated.
P.S.: i don't need to burn the images.