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skills73

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  1. I have a Macbook Pro, and my superdrive sucks (often spitting out my CD's and DVD's). I am in the midst of playing Neverwinter's night 2 and am worried that my superdrive will die, not allowing me to play my game anymore. I was hoping I could 'fool' the game and make a disc image of the game so that I didn't need to keep putting in my DVD of the game to play it. But I've tried all the tricks in Disk Utility AND Toast Titanium but it still asks me to 'put in the game disc to play'. Does anyone know of a software (hopefully free..or cheap?) that can get me around this so I can put a game on my drive, or even duplicate the DVD just in case the original DVD eventually breaks (I have a 1 year old daughter and I know what kids can do to DVD's). I've tried ripping the DVD already but the new dual layer DVD of the game I made doesn't work..it still asks me to put in the original game. Any help? Thanks!
  2. External Hard Drive

    My experience has been that WD drives are terrible and not mac friendly. I've had two just die on my..not wanting to work on a Mac. My experience has been that WD drives are terrible and not mac friendly. I've had two just die on my..not wanting to work on a Mac.
  3. Most addictive Mac games

    For me by FAR is NWN 2..I can get lost in that world...
  4. Sony Enloops are the best...great reviews too. I think at Cosco you get the best deal on them btw.
  5. What Mouse Do You Have?

    I have the BT900 I forgot to mention the BT900 is bluetooth and laser..the ONLY combination worth getting IMHO
  6. Password storage software for Mac

    Have you looked at 1Password?
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