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Copy disc from command line


Abcmd.exe can copy disc to another disc from command line. It will perform a sector-by-sector copying. All information in the source disc will be copied to the new disc. Using the command line switches, you can set lots of burning options, such as verifying, burning speed, ejecting disc after copying, creating temporary file for copying, and etc. If the source drive and destination drive are the same drive, the utility will prompt you insert the disc when copying.

Usage: abcmd copy-disc <source drive> <destination writer> [-switches]

<Switches>

  • -verify:  Verify written data after burning.

  • -speed <nn>:  Set the burning speed. For example, -speed cd10x, -speed dvd8x, or -speed bd2x.

  • -eject:  Eject disc after burning.

  • -create-temp-file-for-copy:  Create temporary file to cache source disc before copying disc.

 

Example:  Copy source disc to another new disc. The source disc is in drive F:, while the destination disc is in drive G:.

Command:  abcmd copy-disc F: G:

 

 

 

 

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