cdrom audio extraction

My adaptec cd burning software says my second cd rom (creative 24x) does not support audio extraction.  My burner is a Mitsumi 4x4x24.  Does anyone know of a cdrom that supports this?  Or is this a function of a cd-r/rw?  Does this mean I need two burners?
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jhanceCommented:
Here is a list of the known to work CDROM drives that do digital extraction:

http://help.mp3.com/help/faqs/make-cdlist.html

I can't tell if your Creative Labs is on the list since you didn't give a model number.
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dbruntonQuid, Me Anxius Sum?Commented:
Do a search on the net for a device driver called CDFS.VXD

This modified driver can view WAV files on muisc CDs in Windows Explorer.  You can then pull them off the CD onto your hard dirsk and then burn them on your writer.

You want the modified CDFS.VXD not the original one.
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rsparAuthor Commented:
jhance you actually answered my question, but dbrunton gave me a software solution (if it works), that means I won't have to buy a new cdrom.  What's the etiquette for this regarding points????
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rsparAuthor Commented:
The new cdfs.vxd file did not help, bummer.  from what I can tell it looks like I need a new cdrom to use a "ripper".
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rsparAuthor Commented:
did that come out as 100 points?
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dbruntonQuid, Me Anxius Sum?Commented:
No 100 points.

Your CDROM must be very old.  But keep the CDFS.VXD for your  next CDROM.  And try it on a music CD in your writer.

And give jhance the points.
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rsparAuthor Commented:
sorry jhance I don't know how to bump the points it said 100 when I graded the answer.
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gonzal13RetiredCommented:
Yes one can use a ripper to convert cda files to wave files and then use the burner on the wav files

try: www.birdcagesoft.com

I just found it a day ago and it does work and free!
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