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for copying cd or dvd , which device best . to copy one cd or one dvd into 50 or 100
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xeroxzeroxCommented:
Nero and imageburn best for this task...

you can download imageburn mention below site..

http://www.imgburn.com/
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Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
If it's a one time job, go with whatever free disk burning software you like (ImgBurn, CDBurnerXP, InfraRecorder etc).

For regular copy jobs I use one of these: http://www.duplicator4all.com/9-M-Disc-Burner-20X-CD-DVD-Duplicator-Stand-Alone-sku-SYS09DS20X.html

Very easy to setup and dependable, if somewhat picky on media (if you buy the cheapest CDs you'll find, it will output lots of bad disks).

HTH,
Dan
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toroblanco2002Commented:
You will need a dvd or cd replicator like the one here in this link:
http://www.produplicator.com/mdisc-standalone-tower-10-target-sata-24x-hard-drive.html
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MereteCommented:
Sounds illegal.
to copy one cd or one dvd into 50 or 100
Goes against our Rules to help or assist in circumventing copyright property.
experts exchange can be held responsible.
Please state the type of  DVD video or CD's?
And what purpose you need so many copies for?
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techpAuthor Commented:
hello merete,

    in corporate , make different cds and share to users ......like corporate investment cd to investors ................nothing legal issue here ...corporate is making cd and copying 50 or 100 and giving to investors to boost investment.....to show coporate investment opportunities...
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MereteCommented:
Thank you so much for understanding and explaining it.
Now that I know what your trying do
techp is this something that your company would do fairly often then for time management would be more realistic with a Disc Duplicator than software.
Maybe better suited, take a look
http://www.amazon.com/b?node=1292124011
Regards Merete
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Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
@Merete: ALL tower duplicators I've seen refuse to copy protected disks.

Dan
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MereteCommented:
Yes well as I said.
I was typing in an edit when you responded  Dan
Only DVD Video that are closed( finalised) would be copy protected.
besides techp has responded that there is nothing here towards breaching this copyright

I'll wait till techp replies.
And reference this>
if it is as you say> like corporate investment cd to investors ................nothing legal issue here .
What stuff is on the master disc?
A self running Power point?
Flash
Mini discs or standard discs DVD video or just data?
If it's a data disc that can be copied to your HDD and burnt to a data disc using windows 7 inbuilt burner but time time consuming for 50 or more
Back to you
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