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Need to mount images for an app

By CuteElf ·
Hi guys.

I'm working on a box that will be turned into a training station.

Now, I can install all the software (Learnkey) just fine - the issue is when the user is on a certain section, they will need the CD to run it.

What would I use / how would I get copies of ALL the CD's and put them in a slave drive for usage?

I don't think Daemon Tools will do this (after searching and seeing a similar question). Any cheap / free software to do an .ISO, software redirection?

(the users are very very entry level, I would not trust them with copy cd's OR "you must click on CD #5 to use section #6.)

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CDROM emulator

by 1bn0 In reply to Need to mount images for ...

Yes you can get software that lets you copy the cdrom contents or image to the hard drive and mount it as a virtual cdrom with a drive letter.

This may or may not work depending on the application.

Something like this.
http://www.softwarepatch.com/windows/xpvirtualcd.html

google cdrom emulator

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