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very niceGnerma said:Exact Audio Copy (linked above) is the best program for this. The program's secure mode is what sets it apart. If there are errors on the CD (scratches) it will re-read the problem area over and over trying to get it right. This can take a long time, but it helps to avoid any artifacts due to damaged discs.
nah. this is the one. i just change pics. i particularly love this pic so its going to be here for a while.Gnerma said:
Thanks! Long live frowning Gnerma with facial hair & sunglasses eh?
Don't you think it's time for a new Asian hottie Maxvla? I'm thinking it is
jacheatamobits said:BAH! im having soooo much trouble with this right now!
cdex did what maxvla said.
wow. i used CDex cause exact copy whatever ripped the music but there was no sound when i tried to play it back.
100% accurate.Kendan said:
What did Cdex do? If I am not mistaken Maxvla said
This to me means that Cdex was fine but exact copy left no sound. Well if you both could clarify it would be nice
By the way I use Cdex and it works great for me. But I rip to my harddrive
filip04 said:audio catalyst... you can rip to wav, or mp3...