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Where might I find a freeware/shareware win95 audio 'ripper' program (copies cd audio tracks to wav files) that will work in a UDMA system (no cdrom.sys or mscdex loaded)?
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Go to http://www.ittrek.com/mp3.html and have a look. I am at Uni now, but I got one from there, I can't remember which one, and It worked for me. I have no mscdex or cdrom.sys loaded.....

Reject this if none of them work on yours...

--Nige
ps. I'll post another message telling you what one I use when I get home.....
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Sorry, I was out of the office on family business...  What was the program I should use?
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Try WinDAC, it's available at http://www.winfiles.com/

Also, you may have to check your CDROM drive is capable of supporting DAC.
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