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November 02, 2004

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Download cdex from sourceforge.
http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/

Rip the disc using CDPARANOIA which is speciallay designed to cope with damaged and copy-protected cds.

Rip once to wave, once to mp3. Copy the mp3s to your mp3 player, burn a cd for the car with the .wav:s.

Last and most important, return the original cd to the store because it doesn't work. (Actually, it's not really a CD because copy protected cd:s does not fulfill the cd specification.) Finally, spend your returned money on concerts so the artists get something for their effort.

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