not complicated at all very easy
first of install forceaspi http://radified.com/ASPI/forceaspi.htm
in eac menu goto
there you should tick the cd/dvd burners only after that click next and select "i prefer to have accurate results"and click "next"
now eac should test your drive abilities so insert a non-scratched audio cd in the drive and click "next" and select "use these values"
select "install and configure the external lame.exe compressor" if you want eac to download lame an mp3 encoder so youll also be able to rip cds to mp3s instead of wavs of course mp3 is a lossy format and does not compare to wav click next leave "your email address" blank and select "i am an expert let me use the fullpotential of eac" and click "finish" in menu goto eac>>eac options>>extractions down in "error recovery quality select "high" and in "filename" tab you can change the file naming format goto "directories" tab if you wanna select the folder where the files will be ripped to otherwise you will be asked for a folder everytime youll rip get into "interface tab" and make sure "installed external aspi interface" is selected and click ok,for every original cd there is a database on the internet so when you have an original cd in the drive click alt+g to retierve track infos,to rip just select a single audio track by left clicking it or few/all tracks (for that put the mouse pointer after the "title" of the track and left click without releasing and move it down or up and to the left to make the selection then release) after you selected the track/s click the WAV icon and select the folder and click "save" to start , anyway if you wanna change the track title just leftclick the title and click F2 and put whatever you want ,if you wanna edit the cd title/artist just delete it and put whatever
note: the reason i said to tick only cd/dvd burners is cuz
in most cases they are better withs scratched & protected audio cds
and you need to goto menu and get to the wizard only if that was alredy configured cuz in first time you run eac it should popup that wizard
edit: some audio cds are copy protected and you need a burner that supports such protections to be able to rip it ,use a-ray scanner to figure it out and in eac when having protected cd goto action>>toc alterations>>retiereve native toc on the otherhand you can try anydvd which supports audio protections
its freeware its possible to donate but..