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rip cd to iso using a command line interface?

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I need to create an image (iso/bin etc) of a cd using a command line, magiciso has a command line but it cannot create an image from a cd.
i can do it in linux or osx but cannot see any software windows? any advice?

Chinswain.
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Here is some freeware that should do it:

http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/CreateCD.htm

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Good program but it cannot create an image of a CD.

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Oops, my bad, misread what you said.
This is not a command line program per se, but has you can use a command line to initiate it...

http://www.undisker.com/uhlp-cmdline.html

BTW, what exactly are you trying to do? That would help us understand what you need...
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Undisker should work fine, command line would go something like this:

undisker.exe c -q e: d:\temp\myfolder\test.iso

There are also a few others, such as discdump, which also accept command line inputs.
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DiscDump is exactly what im looking for! perfect thankyou.
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