If you have AnyDVD, and you think your disc is copy protected then rip it through AnyDVD, that should remove any protection that is on the disc.[/QUOTE]
So AnyDVD will remove the protection on a CD? Then I don’t need AnyCD which I was trying the trail version?
[QUOTE=cholla;2489571]@touchdown_1 , I went ahead & tried a comercial CD with AnyDVD.Apparantly AnyDVD will only rip DVD’s.
It will decrypt a comercial CD though & that’s why I use it with EAC As an extra step to remove copy protection .Since I paid for it I feel I might as well get max use.
@Chala ,If you are still trying.What type files are on this disc ?
For example .cda[/QUOTE]
Cholla you been so helpful I can’t thank you enough. The CD was part of a retail 8 CD Box Set the Disc in question is 14 tracks but they are mixed into one another like a DJ would do in a club, no pauses. EAC can only rip that one way the way I understand it “Copy image & create cue sheet” or 'Test & copy image & create cue sheet" any other way will separate tracks.
Bottom line, the CD I was trying to burn was part of a retail 8 CD Box Set. It appears to be damaged with errors, cause I am able to burn, and rip the other discs in the Box Set, although there are skips and pauses in one or two songs, (I don’t know why) I used Verbatim -R with AnyCD maybe I need to use ImgBurn or EAC but I was not able to rip and burn not that one. Now I have to examine further and find a good program to check, examine, and possible restore CD’s if you know of one please let me know.