Hi, I'm new to CD Freaks.
I have done some extensive research on the Internet over the past
year and a half non-stop. This is what I've found out.
It seems that copy-protection schemes may have been overridden almost
easily by the following products.
Various "crack" software
What I am trying to do now is to make two or more dummy tracks prior to each
track in a cue-sheet editor.
But I'm not so sure, yet. Because I don't want to recieve an Illegal TOC
error message, when I'm doing it through WTM or Nero
I'm trying to see if I can get this right? Let me guess?
FILE "XXX.BIN" BINARY
TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 02 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 73:30:45
Now, I didn't make this up; I got it from another website.
For audio tracks, would the same measure listed above be written twice?
One before all tracks and repeat after. Just to cover both ends of the CD
layer the middle and the edge itself?
Maybe my theory would work.
The ROM manufacturers have the right idea but the only problems are
these, they only cover one side of the disc; thus, the opposite side inner or outer part of the disc is not protected. I have a hunch that's why the
ROM manufacturers don't do well enough.
It would be the best case that sandwich the TOC with the cue sheet source
code listed above as I previously and fully explained.
The last step in this manner is how to flawlessly do it without recieving
an Illegal TOC error message?
Thanks in advance.