OK, John gave some great info above. It was wrong but it most certainly got me going in a good direction. First of all, The correct instructions are far more easy than the above link. The correct instructions are: Launch CD Spin Doctor. Start a new recording. Go to the BOLD CD spin doctor menu and pick "Install Audio Capture Support". When done, you are, well, done. Now you can pick from the list of INPUT DEVICES a new option which says "CD Spin Doctor Capture Support". Once that is done, you can play anything on your mac and it will be recorded. I launched Parallels and using Windoz XP, started a book. CD Spin Doctor could record the book with no problem. Almost great. Spin Doctor still will not work for books. The reason is because of the recording space needed. With the new capture support, I can pick new sample rates. The lowest sample rat that Spin Doctor now offers is 11,025 hz 32 bits stereo. With 214 GB of space on my hard drive, I can capture 6 hours and 44 min of audio. The book is 22 hours long. Since the book is in a 'secure format' copying the files won't work. (Unless someone else out there know a way). There is no option to record to a different hard drive in Spin Doctor, as I can see, so I am stuck again.
OoooooooK. Now my new problem to get the program to work. Does anybody know, (John???), how to make Spin doctor record in mono and at a much lower record rate? How about record in MP3?
Second question, does anybody know how to get the files out of a OverDrive Media Explorer folder and copy the files to another format, such as MP3?