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win9x users can break the copy protection

how ? just install the modied cdfs.vxd and here you go, rip them right off with EAC  If someone wants to have the file drop me a mail at:
BenjaminLebsanft at web dot de

win9x users can break the copy protection

Reply #1
Hey Merry White Christmas

What copy protection r u talking about?

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Reply #3
just to make things clearer, it was not modified by me!

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Reply #5
i don't know if it will work with every CD. I only tested it with one  labelled "will not play on PC". So please test it and post results here.

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Originally posted by Benjamin Lebsanft
how ? just install the modied cdfs.vxd and here you go, rip them right off with EAC  If someone wants to have the file drop me a mail at:
BenjaminLebsanft
at web dot de


I wouldn't believe it before someone claim that the Ripped wav files from a copy-protect CD with the two version of cdfs.vxd are NOT bit-identical. Before I read this message I've heared that wavs Ripped via EAC are less hi-fi than the original CD. Wish Ben's discovery can solve this issue and let us get identical wav files with the original CD tracks.

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Reply #7
yeah you don't need to copy it via explorer and get some unsecure rip u can just use EAC

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Reply #8
It's the copy protection made by the same guys that made safedisc (v1 & v2) and it has a simular name. 


This is very old news. Posted a long time ago on cdfreaks.
I havn't tried it since I use w2k and havn't had any of the cd protected by this ********* protection.




Jan.

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Reply #9
>This is very old news.

I'm sorry about this, haven't heard it before.

But then let me ask you one question, why do i receive that amount of emails demanding for the file if this is such VERY old news. Perhaps not everyone knows ccdfreaks 

Well i don't want to argue here, I'm just happy

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Reply #10
When cdfreaks gets up again I'll find you a link to the first post about this.

There's a lot of info about it on cdfreaks.

Jan.

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Reply #11
I'd wish to have this for win2k

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Reply #12
There is no way to do it with w2k (at least as far as I know from reading cdfreaks).



Jan.

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Reply #13
Hey Ben

1)Why don't u upload it to this site so that all can download?

2)Can u use Total Recorder to record from protected cds
So far i havent bought any protected cds yet


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Reply #15
why should i mind it. I is not my intellectual property  And the best thing that could happen because i don't have webspace where zips are allowed so thank you very very much!

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Reply #17
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originally posted by jerry
2)Can u use Total Recorder to record from protected cds 
So far i havent bought any protected cds yet

Yes you can. 
I just bought the copyprotected LOTR cd.
Just ripped it without a problem with TR.

Them----->:(
me-------->:D

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Reply #18
LOL  HeHe I have been using that "cdfs.vxd" as my ripper ever since it came out, then I found out about EAC, it seems I will be going back to it!

papadoc: Is that LOTR Soundtrack? And which country did you buy it from? I would also like to test this method of ripping out for myself, so I laugh like an idiot, when the copy protection doesn't even work

Also another method is use a CD-Audio recorder to record your CDs onto CD-Rs, a bit slower and a bit expensive but the resulting copy is unprotected.

Another method that I use is to buy a Discman or any personal CD player, with optical digital out, and buy a TOSLink Jack to "3.5mm Stereo jack or TOSLink Jack" cable, this works, but it is slow ie. real-time.

Any comments are appreciated, as I would like to know even more ways to beat the copy protection.
Cheers
AgentMil
-=MusePack... Living Audio Compression=-

Honda - The Power of Dreams


 

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posted by AgentMil
papadoc: Is that LOTR Soundtrack? And which country did you buy it from? I would also like to test this method of ripping out for myself, so I laugh like an idiot, when the copy protection doesn't even work

Yep...Lord of the Rings
bought here in Oklahoma, USA.
I had no problems ripping it from my stereo
using TR.  Just to experiment, I ripped it as a .wav file,
as a .wav file encoded to MP3, and as an MP3 file on the fly
at various bitrates.

Hmmm...now I wonder....
Lets see if I can use my Diamond Cut to record it as a wav file,
remove the space inbetween songs, save it, encode it to MP3, and create a continous file.
Just a thought....

 
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