clumzy_oaf wrote:When attempting to play one of these discs, the [errors] on it were so extream that the disc actually started spinning counter clockwise.
That does it! Now I've heard everything
Any player that spins discs backwards, should be sent to the shrink
No seriously, while CloneCd might not be perfect for duplicating audio, it can do a very decent job of it. I've tried it numerous times, never had any problems, and quality was very good.
Your writer has to be supported by CCD, and the reading drive has to be able to read audio data correctly. Try reducing the reading speeds.
Han is right about Feurio, It's my favorite audio buner too, it might be the best audio compiler and it does excellent copying too.
But any other burning program you already have installed should do quite good audio duplicating from non protected cd's. If it doesn't, the fault is in your hardware - I suspect with the reading drive.