EAC's "Copy image & Generate cue sheet" makes one BIG wav file
"Copy Selected tracks" (select them all) and generating a cue sheet
as a SEPERATE operation will make seperate wavs for each track.
However the cue sheet generated will normally have to be edited,
because the file adress for each track will have the wrong drive
letter, Typically the drive letter for the optical drive.
you will need to change that letter for EACH track to the drive letter
of whatever drive you actually have the files on at the time you wish
to burn a disc.
People typically discover this when they get a "file does not exsist in line xx" error
when attempting to burn a CD using EAC.