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    Getting AKAI cd onto hard drive??

    Is there a way to get an image of an AKAI cd onto a hard drive and then have SConverter work off the hard drive image file?

    Or at least I would like to get an image file on the hard drive for another converter to work off of (CDXtract, etc).

    -brian

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    Re: Getting AKAI cd onto hard drive??

    Why?

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    Re: Getting AKAI cd onto hard drive??

    Because SConverter seems to crash now and then and I think it may have to with the interaction with the cdrom. Also, at some point I would want to copy my AKAI cd\'s and right now I am not sure how I would dthat seeing that my cd-writer software does not recognize an AKAI disk.

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    Re: Getting AKAI cd onto hard drive??

    Chicken Systems Translator will let you make \'virtual drives\' (mimicking virtually any popular disk format) right on your hard drive.

    If you\'ve got a few to back up, it might not be a bad idea to look at their dedicated Giga version of Translator - it\'s not that pricey.

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    Re: Getting AKAI cd onto hard drive??

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by bhuether:
    Because SConverter seems to crash now and then and I think it may have to with the interaction with the cdrom. Also, at some point I would want to copy my AKAI cd\'s and right now I am not sure how I would dthat seeing that my cd-writer software does not recognize an AKAI disk.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    I think you need a programme that copies raw 1:1 data (Clone cd?) for backing up your Akai disks..and maybe update your aspi layer.

    and in typical Blob fashion..i have no idea where you would get these from...sorry

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