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Game Backup Clone Problems


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GoCompute

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I bought Age of Empires II out of a bargin bin at Wal-mart and I always make backup copies for my games. This has to be the first PC game I've bought for about 5 years (PS2 is so much better :tazz:). So I booted up Nero 5 to make a clone for it, and during the burning process, in the caption box, it stated that it was copy-protected followed by about 23 read errors, which I suspect was from the protection. How can I make a clone of my CD?
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Theres a programme called CloneCD and that can get past copy protection and its backs up important data for you download from here (TRIAL)! : http://www.filehippo...wnload_clonecd/

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Edited by NvidiaDude, 29 November 2005 - 01:09 PM.

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Thanks man. But how do you copy the CD? I'm new to this. :tazz:
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We shouldnt really tell you its not really allowed someone less scrupulous could see it and do it. Its not hard just google it and you will find out.

And if you think PS2 is better than a PC you really need to get a better PC!
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