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  1. vysakh

    vysakh New Member

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    can someone help me?? :cry:
    how do i add some copy protection to my CDs so that only i can copy them
     
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    Kl@w-24 Slideshow Bob

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    If u add copy-protection to ur CD, I don't think even u will be able to copy it. These tools can be used to create a copy-protected CD :

    CCD-Lock
    CD-Protector
    CloneAudioProtector
    Easy Audio Lock
    FreeLock
    TZCopyprotection
    WinLock
    WTM CD Protect

    Go to http://www.cdmediaworld.com/hardware/cdrom/cd_protect_cd.shtml for details.
     
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    club_pranay Nokia 7110 to iPhone 5

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    is there any way to use password protection
     
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    curvenger New Member

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    I dont think so, try zipping it with pasword and then burnt it! :)
     
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    BONZI New Member

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    To be frank none of them is good :)

    I'm still to find a good one
     
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    krazydude New Member

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    Sooner or later someone will crack it and if u protect it it just gives initiative
     
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    casanova The Frozen Nova

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    once i burned a cd with contents of about 680mb at 8x. To be amazed it burned with an error in 37 secs. Astonishingly, the cd was burnt completely and heres the answer i was unable to copy the cd contents to my hard disk. want to try this risky trick.
     
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    I think MACINTOSH machine(OSX onwards) can break any barrier. B'cause I'd some nice experience with copy protected audio cds! :p [/img]
     
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    cooljeba The Photoshop Guy

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    I think better zipping and protecting the better option would be to make a virutal cd and add password to it. and you can burn that vircual cd in to real cd :roll: sounds funny but it works ;)

    then you can mount that virtual cd to your vrtual drives and enjoy!!!!

    BTW what's in that cd :shock: kiddn'

    ..:: Peace ::..
    Jeba
     
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    walking-techie New Member

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    how to do that jeba.. we need a tutorial.!!!!
     
  11. cooljeba

    cooljeba The Photoshop Guy

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    Well you need a CD RW. Burn the cd normally then run virtual cd.

    Select create new virtual CD.
    Then it just beofre the creation begins it ask for password if you wish to use. There you can select the password.
    Then let it create the virtual cd
    After that burn that virual cd file to the CD that's u like ;)
    When ever u want to use the CD just put the CD in the physical CD rom and mount the image file to the virtual drive and enjoy
    ;)

    It's simple :D and secure :p

    ..:: Peace ::..
    Jeba
     
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    tuxfan New Member

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    Thats quite a good turn around. :D Good tip
     
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