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    Default slow ISO reads

    when I tried to copy a DVD Clone CD took about two hours to read the ISO, then 15mins to burn it. I later tried to backup a game CD and after 20 minutes the ISo read was only on 1% so I cancelled it.

    Is it normal to take this long? When I used Nero I could copy a DVD in 10 minutes. My Asus disc drive is new and works fine with Vista.

    Help would be appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodub View Post
    when I tried to copy a DVD Clone CD took about two hours to read the ISO, then 15mins to burn it. I later tried to backup a game CD and after 20 minutes the ISo read was only on 1% so I cancelled it.

    Is it normal to take this long? When I used Nero I could copy a DVD in 10 minutes. My Asus disc drive is new and works fine with Vista.

    Help would be appreciated
    Could you please provide some more information?

    Such as:

    - What DVD?
    - What version of CloneCD are you using?
    - Are you using AnyDVD as well? What version? Paste status window text here
    - What game CD was it? Please use ProtectionID: http://pid.gamecopyworld.com/ and paste the log here
    - What ASUS drive is it? What version of firmware?
    - What edition and 32/64-bit version of Vista?

    Once we know this information, it will be possible to take it from there...

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    DVD= The Holiday

    Version of Clone CD= 5.3.0.1

    I am not using anyDVD

    Game= The sims 2 pets disc 1

    Vista Premium 32 bit

    Drive= ASUS DRW-1608P3S, the driver is version 6.0.6000.16386,

    I know the drive works, as I can burn through windows media player.

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    Default CdKiller info

    I downloaded the program and scanned every exe and dll I could find in the Game disc, this is what it came up with


    [ ProtectionID v5.2c ]=- (c) CdKiller & [x/xxx]
    Build 12-02-2007....
    > Ready

    Scanning -> D:\TSBin\Sims2EP4.exe
    File Type : Exe, Size : 17567580 (010C0F5Ch) Bytes
    -> File has 1212252 (0127F5Ch) bytes of appended data starting at offset 0F99000h
    [!] Safedisc 4.60.000 detected !
    [!] protection level: Safedisc API
    [!] Possible CD/DVD-Key or Serial Check -> serial number
    - Scan Took : 4.547 Seconds

    Scanning -> D:\TSBin\TS2UPD.exe
    File Type : Exe, Size : 69632 (011000h) Bytes
    [!] File appears to have no protection or is using an unknown protection
    - Scan Took : 0.969 Seconds

    Scanning -> D:\TSBin\TS2UPD0.exe
    File Type : Exe, Size : 18777053 (011E83DDh) Bytes
    -> File has 18432989 (011943DDh) bytes of appended data starting at offset 054000h
    - Scan Took : 11.94 Seconds

    Scanning -> D:\TSBin\ijl15.dll
    File Type : Dll, Size : 352256 (056000h) Bytes
    [!] File appears to have no protection or is using an unknown protection
    - Scan Took : 0.890 Seconds

    Scanning -> D:\Support\The Sims 2 Pets_code.exe
    File Type : Exe, Size : 323584 (04F000h) Bytes
    [!] Possible CD/DVD-Key or Serial Check -> CDKey
    - Scan Took : 3.188 Seconds

    Scanning -> D:\AutoRun.exe
    File Type : Exe, Size : 704512 (0AC000h) Bytes
    [!] Possible CD/DVD-Key or Serial Check -> CDKey
    - Scan Took : 0.125 Seconds

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodub View Post
    DVD= The Holiday

    Version of Clone CD= 5.3.0.1

    I am not using anyDVD

    Game= The sims 2 pets disc 1

    Vista Premium 32 bit

    Drive= ASUS DRW-1608P3S, the driver is version 6.0.6000.16386,

    I know the drive works, as I can burn through windows media player.
    So you are trying to make a copy of a DVD without using software that would remove copy-protection from the DVD? In that case, I'm not surprised that it is not working...try installing AnyDVD and see what you get...

    Quote Originally Posted by sodub View Post
    I downloaded the program and scanned every exe and dll I could find in the Game disc, this is what it came up with


    [ ProtectionID v5.2c ]=- (c) CdKiller & [x/xxx]
    Build 12-02-2007....
    > Ready

    Scanning -> D:\TSBin\Sims2EP4.exe
    File Type : Exe, Size : 17567580 (010C0F5Ch) Bytes
    -> File has 1212252 (0127F5Ch) bytes of appended data starting at offset 0F99000h
    [!] Safedisc 4.60.000 detected !
    [!] protection level: Safedisc API
    [!] Possible CD/DVD-Key or Serial Check -> serial number
    - Scan Took : 4.547 Seconds
    It is obvious that Safedisc 4.6 is present, but I have doubts if it is covered by CloneCD. Most likely not, so you'd need Game Jackal to emulate the protection

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    I will try anyDVD thanks for the help

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    anydvd is only for movies if i remember correctly. those are game copy protections, which is what gamejackal is designed to deal with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeratul View Post
    anydvd is only for movies if i remember correctly. those are game copy protections, which is what gamejackal is designed to deal with.
    CloneCD will allow you to make a copy of a game. GameJackal simply allows you to play the game from your HDD.
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    yes, and clonecd allows you to make working copies of some copy protected games, depending on the specific copy protection right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeratul View Post
    yes, and clonecd allows you to make working copies of some copy protected games, depending on the specific copy protection right?
    CloneCD is the perfect tool to make backup copies of your music and data CDs, regardless of copy protection. CloneCD's award-winning user interface allows you to copy almost any CD in just a few mouse clicks.
    It should work on any game.
    "Cancer can take away all of my physical abilities. It cannot touch my mind, it cannot touch my heart, and it cannot touch my soul. And those three things are going to carry on forever. I thank you and God bless you all." - Jimmy V

    desktop: 3.2 GHz P4 w/HT, 80GB SATA HD, 1GB DDR2 RAM, Pioneer 18X DVD +/-RW, Philips 16X DVD +/-RW, 19 inch flat panel LCD display

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