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PC can't read new Rob Thomas CD

Discussion in 'Audio' started by thenock, Apr 23, 2005.

  1. thenock

    thenock Member

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    I'm trying to open the CD so that I can add the songs to my MP3 player, but neither of my PCs will read the disc. Does anyone have any advice?
     
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    Ok just looked at the album details on a website. At first I though it was copy protected but it says it is a dual disc which I think means there is data on both sides of the disc. As there is dvd footage on one of the sides I am assuming it is a dvd disc. But I maybe wrong as how are people supposed to play it on a normal hi fi system. It could also be a copy protection problem as well.

    Try using a program called EAC. Download it from here
    http://www.exactaudiocopy.de
    Search for it in this forum and there is a guide which will show you how to configure and setup. Reply if you still need help.
     
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    Have ago of Clone CD 5, ive thrown some troublesome music cds at it that EAC and WMP wouldnt rip. Worked a beaut, then just mounted the image and extract it that way, EAC much prefered.
     
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    My computer won't read the disc at all on either side. It just says no disc is inserted.
     
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    Just had the same problem with that same CD/DVD. My internal CD-RW, internal DVD-R and external DVD-RW wouldn't recognize the disk at all. Either side. Just got this mechanical clicking. It feels thicker & heavier than the typical CD or DVD. But my stereo CD player had no problem with it.

    My Notebook PC's CD-RW however, played it w/o a problem.
     

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