New Poll: Would you buy a new drive to backup copyprot. CD's?

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Our previous poll made very clear that CD Freaks visitors prefer burners that support Subchannel and RAW reading and writing and that they hate buffer underruns and want to be…

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can i? I have done that already…twice…

Yes, of course my dear! :8

not if a crack would solve the probbo… which it always does :slight_smile:

Sure, always done that. As soon as i knew what hardware was able to do the job I get and it paid itself back no crack or others needed and almost no one could copy the work so more copies to make:g

I don’t always get a new writer as soon as a new protection comes out. There are also software tricks to make a good back-up. Take my Plex PX-W1210A for instance. SafeDisc 2 wasn’t possible (at least not working in every CD-ROM) and now with the new CloneCD version is suddenly can make a good back-up of (certain) SD2 titles! :smiley: I bought this drive for $400,- when it was just out and I still love it. I don’t have the money to buy a new burner every time a new protection comes out…