Sorry for bringing this up again. I think I understood what "weak sectors" are and how they work: Some data patters produce, when scrambled, a regular pattern which can not be burned without errors by some burners. I saw some of your guys samples and I started to play with it. Its pretty interesting...
My question is now: The guys that use this for copy protection of their cds have to write those data once without errors, right?
As I understand it, they burn the "weak sector data" error free, the "bad guys" read it, can't burn it propperly and the cd contains errors.
How do THEY write the data? Do they use special hardware? Can I do somthing similar with my of-the-shelf-burner?
Thanks for any "enlightment"