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Addonics CD DigiCopier Driver
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Contact MTR directly if you have a unique book, article, or video project in mind, or if you want Scott to conduct a custom PC troubleshooting, repair, maintenance, upgrade, or data-recovery seminar tailored for your organization: For my first test, I pushed the eject button on the upper drive - the source - and put the music CD Supernatural by Santana on the tray. I pushed the eject button again to pull the tray back into the drive.
Then I pushed the eject button for the lower drive - Addonics CD DigiCopier target - and put in Addonics CD DigiCopier blank CD-R that cost me about 20 cents in a disc bulk pack.
I pushed the eject button again and, with a few beeps, the DigiCopier went to work. Five minutes later, the DigiCopier made another beep and a flawless copy of Supernatural popped out of the lower drive.
This type of home copying is tolerated by the recording industry, by the way, as long as I retain the copy only for my use or to give to a friend. But I'd step over the line if I Addonics CD DigiCopier the copy to someone else.
After inserting a blank DVD-R in the target drive, the duplicator pondered for about 10 seconds, flashed a red "error" light and ejected the DVD-R with an angry beep. I did succeed in copying Addonics CD DigiCopier two installation discs for the Windows computer game Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb from LucasArts, and had no trouble installing and running the game from the duplicate CDs. The rules are fuzzier here, but I think it would be acceptable to make copy of software CDs for personal backup - Addonics CD DigiCopier not to give to friends.
Duplicators are most useful, however, for applications that are perfectly legal: On the other hand, most people will never need a duplicator at home. If you only burn a few CDs or DVDs each month, it's cheaper and not much more of a Addonics CD DigiCopier to Addonics CD DigiCopier an internal or external burner attached to a PC.