|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|05-28-2002 08:37 PM|
he doesn't even have a computer man he's at the library
|05-28-2002 07:31 PM|
|F3Bufford||yes, yes, yes. This is also what I used to successfully copy windows xp! oops, should I have said that?|
|05-28-2002 08:38 AM|
|SilentNEKO||cd clone is awsome, thats how I make....um....backups for my playstation|
|05-28-2002 06:39 AM|
|lord tim||Clone CD is the tits. It copied all 5 .NET disks no problem. Yum.|
|05-27-2002 10:09 AM|
|F3Bufford||Or ya could just download and use clone CD (an older version), It will ignore copywrights.|
|05-26-2002 08:33 PM|
You dont even have to color it all in.......just a straight line off the tangent of the 1st track of data. Be sure not to cover any of the first track though.
|05-26-2002 11:27 AM|
If you could only find a way around those blood-sucking insurance companys.
|05-26-2002 10:49 AM|
|Joe4speed||can ya get a pic of what you did for us?|
|05-26-2002 02:54 AM|
Low Tech way around copy-protected CD's
I have just learned of a way to get past the copy protection on some Compact Disc's.
The 'fix' is real simple. All you need is a Sharpie (permanant marker) and vision. Just find the track that is separated and on the outer edge of the CD. Take your Sharpie and color it in.
You just got past security!
Are they going to try to bust people for having markers now?