thank you for your ideas and hints. WMP9 was very funny, it copied the audio tracks to wma on harddisk. The soundfiles contain the music and during playback you can hear every second three times. It sounds bad and is the same as to make a copy with clone cd. I do not think that Softmicro :bigsmile: makes software for duplication of copy protected music cd's.
Okay, I tested A-Ray scanner and it did not find anything. CloneXXL did not recognized the protection.
The Anastasia CD is a product of sony music and on the cd you find atrac 3, ogg or mp3 audiofiles with DRM (digital right managment) in a OGM audio format file which you can only play with the cheap sony music player. There must be a key on the audio cd to give you the right to copy the audio files with the sony audio player to harddisk. Then you can play them without the anastasia audio cd on your pc.
I got a plextor 40x CD-ROM; 16x CD-R and 4x CDRW burner and a Pioneer DVR-105 (DVD & CD-burner). Tomorrow I try to use the plextor to make a backup.
Maybe it helps!