As far as I know, Hoggett, there is nothing illegal about making a backup copy for your own use, no matter what the eula states.Hoggett said:Hello everybody,
I am sorry for posting regarding copying a CD, I thought that if you had purchased the CD and trying to copy it for personal use it would be ok.
Once again sorry.
Hi ya Sparkyangelize56 said:^And my favorite Jack is wide awake!
Hiya Smilin' Jack!
Dugq and Stoner are correct. You are allowed to make a copy IF you purchased it. No apology neededdugq said:Having read the thread your referring to I would have to agree with the Stoner. On my understanding, copying a CD you own for personal use, is not illiegal and is considered fair-use. The fact that it is copy protected makes no difference, copy protection does not change the law.
Hmm right, there are a few out there that will replace disks for postage but most tell you to go buy another, I know that from personal eXPerienceAcaCandy said:Have you tried callling the company? They may have a suggestion
You could always buy the NFR version. It only costs 10-15.00 and is perfectly legal. They will send it to you with their blessingrmay635703 said:most tell you to go buy another
I have to admit that I don't know what NFR means, I must be thick.You could always buy the NFR version. It only costs 10-15.00 and is perfectly legal. They will send it to you with their blessing