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I can load on other CDs fine but I can't do the stupid enhanced ones
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Hmmm. Perhaps it is a DRM thing like mentioned above... If you can use it on a Windows PC, rip it there then re-burn it and use it on your Linux Machine??

Just a thought...
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Hmmm. Perhaps it is a DRM thing like mentioned above... If you can use it on a Windows PC, rip it there then re-burn it and use it on your Linux Machine??

Just a thought...
that is what I think I might have to do
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Will it not rip with k3b? I checked looked it up and Softepedia said k3b is supposed to support Enhanced CDs
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Will it not rip with k3b? I checked looked it up and Softepedia said k3b is supposed to support Enhanced CDs
It is working! You are my hero! I am so happy you have no idea!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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No problem k3b is one of my all time favorite pieces of software, it shows how a completely free open-source application can perform on the level of an application like Nero Burning ROM, that costs hundreds of dollars, flawlessly.
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