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    Exclamation Prolly old news but ...

    I have been playing Diablo II and Diablo II Lord of Destruction for quite a while now... and yes I own legal copies,,,, but my LOD disk is starting to get scratches on it, and I would like to make a copy so that I can work from the copy and not worry about it..... Unfortunately so far, it says copied successfully but the disks are not recognized when I try to play ..... Any suggestions? Or am I doomed to buy a new disk if this one gets a critical scratch? TIA!

    Sueet

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    Look for a program called D2Loader, that will eliminate your problem.
    For a little rougher OT, come to Off Topic Central (Home of the Headbanger)

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    and............

    try this link
    here


    but keep in mind ive only ever done this with a music cd.

    ive never tried it with anything more compact (dvd , game, etc).


    so try it at your own risk.
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    oh
    and there is the mythical (?) "cd doctor".

    its supposed to fix scratched cd's.


    furthermore.......
    alot of video stores can fix cd's for you for like 3$.

    most have scratch removers of some kind because of the dvd's they rent out.
    Athlon XP 1900+
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    1GB Crucial pc3200 ddr
    MS Optical Intellipoint
    Sapphire Radeon 9500 (softmodded to 9700)
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    400W Ps
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    Philips 2412a cd-rw
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    Thanks PuterTutor..... I finally got it, and it works great... took some doing to find an uncompromised copy tho,, lol... apparently alotta young'uns think its a great place to plant their lil trojan seeds. Preciate the input ..... And thanks to you too Heks.. but Im not prepared to test your theory I am not even severely worried about IF I do have to replace it,,, it bugs me more that something I bought legally (which you know since I bought yours too Heks,.... lol) wont LET me use a backup. But now,, Problem solved and Im happy

    Sueet

    P.S. ... is it standard around here to list your pc's guts for a sig? My posts feel naked

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    i post all my pc parts in my sig because i have alot of questions.
    so when i ask a question .......i dont have to explain what my system is.
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    Ahh.... very smart! I shall have to compile a list of my "assets" forthwith

    Sueet

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