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  1. jamescwarren macrumors 6502

    jamescwarren

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    I have got some friends over at the moment and they can only stay for about an hour. They have brought some CDG (karaoke CD) cd's with them and they have asked if I could copy them for them exactly like the proper copies are; with the words (CDG). But how am I supposed to copy them with my combo drive PowerBook G4. Is this possible??? PLEASE BE QUICK AND THANKS :-D

    EDIT: I have Toast 6 lite if that helps.
     
  2. robbieduncan Moderator emeritus

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    You could try creating an image of the CD using DiskUtility then burning the image...
     
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  4. ITASOR macrumors 601

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    Put the disk in, using disk utility, click the disk on the left side of Disk Utility and go to File-->New Image-->From disk1 (probably) (NAME OF DISK HERE).

    Save it on your desktop and make sure you set the format to Read Only (NOT COMPRESSED).

    When it's done, eject the CD, put in a new blank one, click the disk1.dmg (or something close) on the left side of disk utility (it puts it there after you make it), and click burn.

    You can delete the saved DMG on your desktop when you're done.
     
  5. BiikeMike macrumors 65816

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    You can also rip the disc with MacTheRipper and then create a DVD with the VIDEO_TS folder.

    But Remember, Bomberman says DON'T STEAL, IT'S A CRIME!

    EDIT: Nevermind, I thought you were doing a DVD, then I reread and saw it was a CD
     
  6. jsw Moderator emeritus

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    PM me if there is any reason to believe this isn't a thread asking for directions on how to pirate copies of a CD. Otherwise, it stays closed.
     
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