Clone CD 4.0.1.10. Copy CD Error

Hi M8’s

I Have Various Of CDR Burning Soft And I Am Trying To Make My Own Personal Back Up Copy Of (“J TO THA L-O! The Remixes”)

I Use ClonyXl And It Says When I Click Scan It Says "Non Or Blank Media (CDR/CDRW). Then When I Use Scout It Says CD Extra. How Do I Copy This CD ???

I Have Tried Copying The CD Useing Options Audio CD, Etc…
It Seems To Copy Fine, But When I Put The CD In A CD Player I Get Nothing, No Sound No Nothing…!! :frowning:

Can SomeOne Please Show Me A Step By Step Guide What Programme To Use, What To Click On, What Options To Use Etc…

Best Regards

Adam Rest

Vast Gsm Team

VastGsmUnlocking@NtlWorld.Com

This is probably a mixed mode/enhanced cd providing data in between the audio. Use that profile in CloneCd.

Hello M8’s

Where Can I Find The “Mixed Mode” / “Enhanced CD” ??

Where Can I Find Theese Profiles ???

Best Regards

Adam Rest

Vast Gsm Team

VastGsmUnlocking@NtlWorld.Com

My J-Lo is protected by Key2audio v3. Read more about it in the last link of my signature.

Hello M8’s

@Upp3rdOg

I Dont Fully Understand How To Copy It M8 :frowning:
On My Old Computer I Used To Use NTI CD MAKER 2000 PRO v5.xx
This Programme Let Me Copy Any CD With No Problems What So Ever :slight_smile:

Here Is A List Of Some CD’s I Copied With No Problem :slight_smile:

Celine Dion New Album, N*SYNC, Eminem, Jamiroquai New Album,
When I Tried Copying These With NERO or CDRWIN or Easy Cd Creator Platinum I Got Error’s Or It Seemed To Copy Ok But Never
Played When I Put It In The Stereo. BUT… If I Copied The CD’s With NTI CD MAKER 2000 PRO They Copied & Played 10000% Ok

All I Need Is NTI CD MAKER 2000 PRO V5.xxxx ??

Dose Anyone Know Where I Can Download The Full Version From ??

Not The Demo, But The Full Programme ???

Best Regards

Adam Rest

Vast Gsm Team

VastGsmUnlocking@NtlWorld.Com

From NewTechInfosystems .
Of course, you will have to pay for it, but then I assume that you weren’t requesting warez on this forum ;), since that is definitely not allowed here. :cop:

AFAIK Celine Dion and J-Lo use the same Key2audio protection. So you should at least be able to copy it with EAC/Feurio/CloneCD. Tips/tricks/explanation is in the sticky thread.

You could check here for a hardware compatibility list to see the capabilities of your drive. It is in german, but the list should speak for itself.

Hello M8’s

@PhilAmber

My Applogies M8, I Did Not Know Warez Was Allowed Here. Do You Have Links To Private FTP’s With APPZ And Could You Possibly PM Me If You Do Have Links Or Possibly Send Me An E-Mail,

My E-Mail Is @ The Bottom Of This Post.
I Would Appreciate It Very Much Indeed.

Could Some One Possibly Please Create A Step By Step Walk Through On How To Copy J-Lo CD Please.

In Return I Offer My Expertise With Gsm Mobile Phones Flashing/Programming/Unlocking/Modifications Etc…

Best Regards

Adam Rest

Vast Gsm Team

VastGsmUnlocking@NtlWorld.Com

Originally posted by DJVASTVASTY2K

Could Some One Possibly Please Create A Step By Step Walk Through On How To Copy J-Lo CD Please.

Adam/DJVASTVASTY2K, dear member, it’s not easy. This is what one of our resident experts suggested you read, shown here in part:
How to copy/rip a protected audio cd:

General considerations:

Audio protections are hardware dependant protections, based on your reader. This means that when you have the ‘right’ reader, audio protections will give (almost) no trouble copying/ripping. But it could also mean that when you have the ‘wrong’ reader you won’t be able to copy/rip the cd at all… The writing part is not interesting because all available writers are able to write protected audio cds.

Tricks used by audio protections: illegal Table Of Content entries, multi-session tricks. A normal audio cd-player is a single-session device, it just reads the first session where the audio tracks are, it isn’t bothered by the extra sessions because it can’t read the extra sessions. Also, an audio cd-player expects only audio-tracks so can’t be confused by illegal TOC entries which claim that the audio-tracks are data-tracks. A Cdrom-player (or dvd-player, cd-writer) is a multi-session device, it tries to read all sessions. But these (illegal) extra sessions are purposely added to the cd to fool the cdrom-player. Also, a cdrom-player can read audio as well as data, so it can be confused by illegal TOC entries which claim that audio-tracks are data-tracks.

Because the protection is hardware dependant we can classify 3 categories:

reader is (almost) not affected by protection and just reads the cd. Plextor (all models) is a well known example of this.

reader is affected by protection, but is still able to read the cd using tricks.

reader is affected by protection and can’t even read the cd using tricks.

1.) You are lucky, you can copy/rip the protected cd relatively easy with programs like CloneCD, Feurio or ExactAudioCopy. You might need to tweak the advanced settings of these programs.
2.) You are still able to copy/rip the protected cd with the marker-trick.
3.) You are not able to read the protected cd, whatever you try, you won’t succeed. Only option: try another firmware which might make your reader able to read the protected cds.

General tips regarding the used software:

CloneCD v4 is the easiest way to backup your audio protected cd. Just use the audio-profile which reads only the first session so your backup is not protected anymore.
Feurio can be used to rip the tracks. Of course your backup, when writing the ripped tracks, isn’t protected anymore. Feurio is able to detect illegal TOC entries and gives you the option to ignore the further sessions and illegal entries. If you succeed in reading the protected audio cd with CloneCD you should also be able to rip it with Feurio. You might need to tweak the advanced settings of Feurio first.

Exact Audio Copy can be used to rip the tracks. Of course the protection is gone after ripping. In some cases you might need the option ‘manually detect TOC’ in order to be able to rip the tracks. The advantage of EAC is its secure reading method (which has nothing to do with the protection).

[update 2002-05-20]
Always try to let your application to close the cd-tray with the protected audio cd in it. Do not insert the protected audio cd earlier because Windows might interfere with it and ‘activate’ the protection. Programs like CloneCD lock the drive so Windows can’t mess up things. Again: don’t insert the disk to early!
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[update 2002-05-25]
In order to prevent Windows (or the firmware of your drive) to access the protected cd too early, you also need to make sure that you have disabled ‘auto insert notification’ and ‘auto play’. These options can be disabled through the device manager or the registry, depending on your Windows version. CloneCD also has a special entry in its settings for disabling these settings.
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How to copy/rip a protected audio cd if the above mentioned methods don’t work:

make a digital copy using your audio cd-player and a soundcard.

make an analog copy using your audio cd-player and a soundcard.

If your audio cd-player has a digital-out and your soundcard has a digital-in, you could connect the two and use the ‘record audio data’-option from Feurio. Total Recorder is also able to record from line-in.
If your audio cd-player has no digital-out or your soundcard has no digital-in, you could still connect the 2 the analog way. Just connect the line-out cinch-plug with the line-in minijack-plug of your soundcard. Again use Feurio or Total Recorder to record incoming audio data. The disadvantage of this method is you are copying in the analog domain, your digital data is converted twice which might degrade the resulting copy. In practice an analog copy can be very good, but we CDFreakers prefer the best, so we go for the digital copy!
It can be 1-2-3 easy depending on your reader (CD/DVD-ROM or indeed burner) or impossible depending on your reader/burner. Some can read it but not write and some can’t read it but can write it. Some can’t do either.

You have come to a dead halt against new technology. NTI just won’t do it anymore and neither may your reader/burner. If the answer is easy, we’ll tell you; if it’s not that easy and this is increasingly the case, we’ll point you to our FAQs and other sticky threads for a bit of a look-see first, THEN you can ask for specifics.

I’m not an experienced audio guy like the others, Australia has Cactus Data Shield 200 on two titles that I know of and that’s it for copy protection here, so if Upp3rd0G says “do this” it’s good advice. We really really would like to lay it out but we can’t at this point. I don’t think you’ve even mentioned you rig config or even perhaps read this which also points to this.

Usually, the Audio profile will work, shown here…

…because the First Session box is ticked, effectively leaving out the protection

Please stay in touch

Originally posted by DJVASTVASTY2K
[B]Hello M8’s

@PhilAmber

My Applogies M8, I Did Not Know Warez Was Allowed Here. [/B]

Errr, no, warez are NOT allowed here but I think that’s what you meant. :wink:

Hello M8’s

ThankYou Very Much For All Your Help And Support

@Future Proof
Thanks For Createing A Step By Step WalkThrough, To See A Walkthrough Really Does Help. :slight_smile:

At Last Thanks To All That Helped, Finally Copied The Audio CD
>Mr Belvedere
>Upp3rdOg
>Future Proof
>Phil Amber

Thanks For EveryThing Guys Top Blokes :slight_smile:
Finally I Copied My CD and Made A Personal BackUp :slight_smile:
heheheh

Cheers Dudes :slight_smile:

Best Regards

Adam Rest

Vast Gsm Team