I have made numerous attempts to copy a directCD or InCD disc such that the resultant copy is functional within its respective program. All of these attempts have met with failure. I have used various copying programs, including raw readers/writers, and the best I have been able to achieve is a disc which, though recognized by the packet-writer, raises a write error ten seconds or so after dragging a file over the disc. I have noted that all programs when imaging encounter a point after which all subsequent sectors are unreadable (sense error code 5/21/00). I do not believe this final block of sectors consitutes a protection, and the features designed to deal with bad sectors and such have failed to yield a functional disc. The only remaining option I can see, besides seeking further insight into the problem, is to capture directly the ouput of the packet-writer's formatting utility. But I have been unable to find a virtual burner for this task. Any ideas?