Windows Automation - Automate Burn Copy CD/DVD Upon Drive De

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How can I automate the 1:1 copy of cd/dvd media without needing any other user input other than detection of source and blank media in appropriate slots?

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Place a cd/dvd in drive A, and a blank cd/dvd in drive B, and upon detection, a 1 to 1 copy is automatically started, and upon completion, they both eject.
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you could write a batch file that starts the burn process, then run it as the autoplay when you insert a blank disk into a drive. Write the batch file to initiate something like nero's NeroCMD.exe, which is the command prompt version of Nero. This will allow you to tie into it with the batch file and begin the burn process immediately.

Anyone have a better way by chance?
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does nero have command line options?
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it comes with a separate executable that works within a DOS command-line interface
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Definitely the way I would try first. Going to be the least amount of code involved I think.

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