Long story short, I now have a new physician consulting and need to provide him with a copy of said MRI on CD/DVD. The CD can be inserted into the disc drive on my Win 7 machine and plays no problem. When I try to copy it to disk in order to upload or email, when I go to "play it" and get the MRI up on the screen it says that I need to run it from the CD or call for a license. I have no idea if my new consulting physician has the software on their system.
That leads me to: HOW THE HECK does one make a track by track EXACT EXACT copy of an existing CD/DVD these days?
Input from other tek-savvy members would be appreciated. This is not like laying down tracks of an audio CD, etc., which does NOT result in an EXACT copy of the origin CD to the destination CD. I used to do this all the time but for the life of me can't recall how I did it or what software I used. NERO? Don't know.
Eventually, many of us will be in the same boat... having an MRI of their lungs and vital organs that is needed for baseline comparison or simply a copy of a recent MRI that a new consulting physician wants to see. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The copy must be perfectly the same as the original...... TIA
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