So I just ran out and bought this new CD today, and low and behold when
I got home and read the fine print on the CD jacket, it states that the
CD is “Copy Controlled.” Now, I try the CD in my home stereo and it
works fine. But NOT in my car CD player. So I decide I’m going to DAE
the wav files to my computer HD and then just burn them to a blank CD to
play in my car. Truth is, I do this will all my CD’s as to protect the
I opened up “Let It Be” with EAC, but because of whatever copy
protection scheme is being used, EAC only shows some of the tracks as
audio files. That is, there are 11 tracks on the CD. EAC shows the
first 9 correctly as audio (wav) files, and I am even able to DAE them.
Then the next two tracks (10 and 11) are shown as date files and are not
extractable. There is a final 12th data file that simply says “Data
All I want to do is extract this CD and burn it back to a blank to use
in my car CD player. Hell, I bought the disk and have the right to do
so, and this “copy controlled” nonsense really pisses me off. Can
someone out there clue me in on what to do? I’m using a Plextor
12/10/32S burner and have all kinds of software handy here, like EAC,
CloneCD, IsoBuster, etc. But I don’t want to make a copy of the copy
protection! Oh, the humanity of it! <sigh>
TIA to anyone that can help. What a great forum this is.
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