I found this thread via google, because I was looking for the exact same thing. I couldn’t find it, so I wrote my own batch file, making use of a few 3rd party tools. It will wait for a disc to be inserted, and copy the disc contents into a new folder in the current folder with the disc label as its name, then eject the disc and wait for a new disc to be inserted. This will repeat ad infineam, or until interrupted, or until empty tray is closed.
[li]CLEWD - http://shounen.ru/soft/clewd/
[/li][li]RoboCopy - included with Windows Vista (use XCOPY32 with modified parameters if using Windows XP)
[li]Copy/paste script below to Notepad and change the red/bold driveletter [B]E:[/B] to your CD/DVD-ROM driveletter.
[/li][li]Save as CopyDiscGO.cmd in the folder you wish to batch-copy the contents of your discs to.
[/li][li]Download CLEWD and save to same folder or your WINDOWS folder (or another folder in your %PATH% environment variable).
[B]Contents of batch file CopyDiscGO.CMD:[/B]
title Checking disc in [B]E:[/B]...
echo Checking disc in [B]E:[/B]...
clewd -t [B]E:[/B]
if errorlevel 1 goto nodisc
echo No disc is currently loaded. Trying to eject tray...
cd /d %~dp0
for /F "tokens=6,*" %%i in ('vol [B]E:[/B]') do set dsclbl=%%i %%j
if exist "%dsclbl%" (
echo THIS FOLDER ALREADY EXISTS. PRESS CTRL+C TO ABORT...
) else md "%dsclbl%"
title Copying %dsclbl% to disk %~d0
echo Copying disc "%dsclbl%" to hard disk...
robocopy [B]E:[/B]\ . /copy:DT /A-:RSH /R:1 /W:20 /NJH /E
title %dsclbl% finished copying. Ejecting disc...
echo Finished copying. Ejecting disc...
clewd -e [B]E:[/B]
title Insert next disc to continue...
clewd -w [B]E:[/B]
if errorlevel 1 goto copystop
echo No disc inserted. Aborting %~nx0 execution.
title "CopyDiscGO script stopped."
[B]The RoboCopy switches explained:[/B]
[li]E:\ - source
[/li][li]/copy:DT - copy file (D)ata and (T)imestamps
[/li][li]/A-:RSH - remove attributes ®eadonly/(S)ystem/(H)idden
[/li][li]/R:1 - retry copy operation 1 time if copy fails
[/li][li]/W:20 - wait 20 seconds before retrying
[/li][li]/NJH - no job header
[/li][li]/E - copy subdirectories including empty ones (use /S instead to skip empty dirs)
Feel free to modify/redistribute all you wish. This script comes with absolutely no guarantees, although it works fine for me (Vista Ultimate x64 SP1).
Hope this helps some people. If you like it, leave a message.