I've no experience in "backing" up cds under linux, but have used CloneCD
on Win32 quite a bit, usually to CCD's format or .bin/.cue.
You need to read the sub-channel data and the weak sectors, and try and
read the disc at as slow a speed as possible.
The suggestion "It looks like you're writing a letter" is perhaps
responsible for more drowned puppies than any other question in history.
On Wed, 21 Jan 2004, Colm Buckley wrote:
> On 21 Jan 2004, at 12:01, Conor Daly wrote:
>> > I'm trying to backup a game CDROM using dd and cdrecord and using
> > cdrdao. [...]
>> Some games use deliberate bad sectors as a copyprotection mechanism. I
> suspect this is what you've encountered.
> Colm Buckley / colm at google.com / +353 87 2469146
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