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    Disc Copy (Winsows XP SP1)

    Is it possible to do a whole disc copy of a CD (an image) in Windows XP rather than just select the files and then copy them onto a CD? Thanks.

    FG

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    Re: Disc Copy (Winsows XP SP1)

    You would need to purchase a third party product to do this, popular products include Acronis True Image and Norton Ghost.

    If you want advice on these products then start by searching our Software Finds and Wants forum.

    StuartR

    Edited to add
    I didn't read the question properly, to make an image of a CD you need a product like Nero Burning Rom or Roxio Easy CD.

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    Re: Disc Copy (Winsows XP SP1)

    Here's the Microsoft perspective on this.

    or try this...

    To create an audio CD from another CD....
    1) Put the source CD (the CD that you are copying from) into the CD drive.
    2) Open Windows Media Player, and on the left, click the Copy From CD button.
    3) Check the boxes beside the tracks you are copying.
    4) Select Copy Music. Once the tracks have been converted and copied to your hard drive, insert the blank CD.
    5) Click the Copy to CD or Device button, and under "Music to copy", select the correct album.
    6) Select the titles to copy, and then click the Copy Music button.
    7) Wait for the CD to finish writing, and then eject it.

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    Re: Disc Copy (Winsows XP SP1)

    Many thank's for the reply.

    Farmer

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