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    i think i should move this thread to linux forums now in a sheer hope that Bern might see it and help me out :(

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    thanx for info Bern but it didn't work :(
    i typed the command
    isoinfo -d -i /dev/cdrom
    and it said there is no ISO file available.

    i tried
    isoinfo -d -i /dev/cdroms/cdrom0
    and
    isoinfo -d -i /dev/cdroms/cdrom1
    cos i have two drives but got the same result.
    any more ideas? :confused:
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    well i can do that zeradul but i have heard that there are more chances of having a badly written CD while duplicating as compared to when you write it from an ISO, but now this seems to be the only option i have.
    Hmm,

    I don't know who told you this, but that is absurd. This was true back when there were only 2X or 4X burners?? I mean, the real early devices. Or maybe the person who told you that owns a garbage brand burner?

    Decent burners now days are just as accurate as Hard Drives (within an order of magnitude) But you should have NO problems duplicating a CD you just burned... unless you scratched it all to hell you'll be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeradul
    ... unless you scratched it all to hell you'll be fine.
    nah man...i love my CD's. they are nice and cozy in individual cases.
    thanx man...i feel i should stop thinking too much abt it now
    so for me...its duplicating the CD's from now on :cheers:
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    good descision.
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