How clone/copy CD on an iMac?

I just purchased a new iMac.  It, of course, only has 1 drive.

How do I copy/clone a data cd that I own?

I would prefer NOT to spend any more money.

I do have Toast Basic by the way but I was seeing if there was a built-in Mac way...
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Toast should be able to select the source and destination as the same drive.  It will then take the info and write it to a temporary ISO on your hard drive, then it will ask for the blank and burn the CD.
RobertNZanaAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  But "I was seeing if there was a built-in Mac way"....
Would you be open to a free burning software that does it or are you looking strictly nothing but OSX?
If so.. Burn is an open source burning software.


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Just copy the data to a folder in Finder. Eject the CD and insert a blank CD, drag the files to the blank CD in finder and hit the burn button.
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