How To Extract Tracks
A 'Cloaked' CD-ROM
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2001 M. McGown.
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Please do not write a program or use any technology to automate this process.
All it takes is CDRWIN 3.7A and a SCSI CD drive.
This does not work on an IDE drive.
Put the CD into the drive. Cancel the autostart program, if necessary.
Using CDRWIN, select 'Extract Track/Sectors'.
It may take 5-7 minutes before it displays the track information.
Although the table will list all of the tracks, it won't actually recognize them as audio.
At the top of the screen, pick 'Select Sectors',
then disable error recovery and jitter correction.
Click on one of the tracks, and it will show the starting and ending LBA.
Use those numbers to enter in as the start and end values.
Select the data type as 'Audio CDDA (2352)'.
It will write the track as a standard WAV file.