I went to the store today and got a little crazy... I bought a lot of games to play.
Now, I want to make backup copies of the CD's. I did the usual and copied all the files into my hard drive first and then burned them onto a CD-R. Now when I tried playing the game, the computer kept propmting me to insert the CD. The burnt CD was in... and when I stuck in the original CD, it worked fine.
I'm assuming there is some kind of anti-copy file on the disc that doesn't allow me to make backup's. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?
How do I remedy the problem. Is there software that I can use to copy a disc EXACTLY?
Toolbox - I drove that Xterra 3000 miles across the country with a friend through mountains, desert, etc. Did fantastic. I found a couple off-road opportunities, but really didn't want to waste TOO much time.
We had a Playstation and T.V. hooked up in the back for whoever wasn't driving.
Making personal back-up copies of games is perfectly legal. As long as you own the original CD.
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