Cdrwin or clonecd?

vbimport

#1

just curious to which would be a better proggie in general to use clonecd or cdrwin?
i know they r both good proggies but i was just wondering which would be better for copying cd`s more reliably...i just d/l the newest clone cd and need a keygen butthe previous clone was cool, as i have heard people say that cdrwin will do the same as clone cd but more...
any feed back would be cool...


#2

depends on what hardware you have. If you have the right reader/writer combination CCD can make copy protected copies from copy protected originals. duh…
It’s ideal if you don’t want to be bothered with fixed exes etc.


#3

Hi,
clone cd is really great when you have the right hardware (mitsumi and toshiba) i didn’t had any problems yet.


#4

i know of clonecd`s capabilities, it works great with my hp8210i let me rephrase the question
will cdrwin do the same as clonecd but with more features in it…
i guess i worded that right…


#5

clonecd for protected cd-roms (specialy safedisc), cdrwin for audio.


#6

Ok , does anyone know if I have the correct hardware?? i have an iomega zip 650 ce writer.

Went to the CloneCD site, it was listed , but there was no further info. Sure would like to know before I install the program, and screw up more cd’s.


#7

To prevent screwing up CDs, use CD-RW!