How to protect an Audio CD?

Hello.

I know that people who are quite clever and good with computers will be able to crack any copy protection on a CD and make a copy. However, I am just wondering for the rest of the people who are not good with computers, and not that clever to be able to crack a copy protected CD, how do I go about protecting an Audio CD so that it can’t be played in CD-Rom drives, only on regular Audio CD Players? :stuck_out_tongue:

I have Nero 5. The CD I want to make is a mixed CD without gaps between the tracks. I have saved all the files to my hard drive in wav files.

Thanks for any help

John

" how do I go about protecting an Audio CD so that it can’t be played in CD-Rom drives, only on regular Audio CD Players? " - you don’t

Search the forum for “CD-Extra”.
This is a format with audio session first with a data session at the end.
Audio players will read only the 1st session, and CD-ROMs will see the last session as default.

There’s no problem to rip the tracks with several problems, but it’s still a standard CD.