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Copying Apple CD's on a PC
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Praetor11
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Sep 25, 2002, 08:55 PM
 
Is there a way to backup Apple Software (in this case Jaguar) on a PC? I ask because I tried backing it up once and it copies, but doesn't seem to copy correctly (I can install Jag from the original, but not the copy). Also, before I get flamed for trying to pirate software, I really am trying to back this stuff up-- I already had to order new restore CD's because 1 of them got a huge gash on it....
     
milhous
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Sep 25, 2002, 10:04 PM
 
Yes, I believe your cd recorder came with a basic complement of Adaptec applications. If this is the case, use the Adaptec Disc Copier. It should do the job.
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