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#1 blueowl

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Posted 11 June 2005 - 03:00 AM

When ripping either original CDs, or CDs which have been copied on other PCs onto my computer, using either iTunes, or Windows Media Player, I have no problems.

However, when I try to rip CDs which have been copied on my Yamaha CD copier, my system will not have it. The first few tracks are ripped in but then the copying stalls and will go no further.

I thought that this may be down to the way the Yamaha copies but I have successfully ripped my Yamaha CDs on friends' pcs.

My system is still under guarantee with Dell. Should I go back to them, or is it something simple which I have overlooked?

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Posted 11 June 2005 - 03:21 AM

Have you tried other rippers?
Here's 2 free ones:
DeepRipper
CDex
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