Copy protection


I'm trying to make a copy of the Velvet Revolver CD and the copy protection got me. The songs are all messed up. Has anyone found a way around this for us legitimate owners of the CDs to make additional copies? I read the Norah Jones copy protection thread and there didn't seem to be a consensus about how to get around it. I've tried ripping it with EAC direct to WAV files and no luck. There has to be a way around this silly gimmick.

Thanks.
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My son uses a program called Alcohol 120 and so far has had no issues with circumventing any copy protection thrown at it. I have not personally tried it as I am a Mac user and this is a Win only program.

My son even broke Diskwarrior, a repair program for Mac. My own programs copied it and it appeared to be OK until I tried to boot from the CD.

My burn would not, the Alcohol 120 version would.

Here is a link to their page, appears they have a free 30 day trial. If it works and worth the bucks your done. If not, pull it off your hard drive and you've lost nothing.

http://www.alcohol-soft.com/
Buy a stand alone audio CD burner and you can copy anything you want. The cost of blank CD's are slightly higher, but a portion of that is refunded directly back to the music industry as they know that these specific blank discs WILL be used for making audio only "burns". Sean
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The Alcohol 120 software did the trick. Thanks.