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Old Jan 20, 2005, 02:55 PM
uncle den uncle den is offline
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Use CDRWIN
Read TOC (table of contents) & print. A error message will appear "can not read from sector [U]xxxx[/U] to yyyy" take note of the sector number "from".
Go to "Extract Disc\Track\sector.
tick "Select Sectors" at "Select Selection" you have "Start & End"
From Your Print Out
Track 01 put your start sector, the end sector is the start of track 02
Track 02 put your start sector, the end sector is the start of track 03
and so on. Remember to save tracks as 01, 02, 03, and so on.
The last Audio "end " sector is the "From" sector in your error message.
This method also works with same copy protected CDG discs but remember to change the drop down box to CDG.
Then go to "Record Disc" "Load Tracks" Audio or CDG and burn.

Last edited by uncle den; Jan 20, 2005 at 02:58 PM.