I have two CDROM drives in my personal computer
D: CDROM/DVD Reader E: CDROM/DVD Writer
A lot of external programs (e.g. Nero or CD-Burner) can directly copy an audio-cd in CDROM drive D: to another empty cd in CDROM drive E:. I think they call it an "on-the-fly" copy.
I am wondering if the same thing is possible by using the Windows7 on-board programs
(create a direct 1:1 clone).
EDIT: The Windows7 Media Player can copy the tracks from an audio-cd in Drive D: to the hard disk. Afterwards I can burn these tracks from the hard disk to CDROM Drive E:. But that's very time consuming and wastes a lot of space on the harddrive.
EDIT: It doesn't need to be an exact 1:1 clone. I only want a "standard" CD-Player to play the music.
ACCEPTED: (from a comment by Molly) ... for 'on the fly' you do need a 3rd party program ...