Well an audio CD can’t be represented by an ISO image so that wouldn’t have been possible. Some other kind of image perhaps. And as you have seen each track can be saved as a sound file and then a table of contents is needed.
Sorry, I have had a headache for 3 days and a bad cold for nearly 2 weeks, I wasn’t thinking straight at the time!
I didn’t realise that audio CDs were a completely different process than data CDs, as I have never copied one before! I simply converted all the CDs I owned to mp3 files then threw the CDs in the bin (I hate carrying extra junk with me when travelling!).
But it is odd that K3B (only the KDE4 version) won’t save the settings I specify, and also it fails the md5 check on the files it created!
Plus it says that it writes the CDs but it only messes them up!
I ended up following the command line instructions that a friend gave me and it worked perfectly.
I will give your instructions a go too next time Andreas, thanks for that suggestion :).