Do You Make and Store Virtual CDs On Your PC ?
October 4, 2008 3:08am CST
I make and store virtual Disks pertaining to some important CDS which are required to be inserted every time we want to play them along with a programme. Like Text Books or some technical vedeo session etc. This I find it very useful and comfortable as we save the data on the CD from physical scratches and other things like dirt on the CDs on which this data is stored otherwise? Do you make Virtual CDs and store them in your PC ? Please respond! Thanks!
4 Oct 08
i think you know how to use nero cd/dvd writer.it gives you a option to make image of cd /dvd .you can make and save image to your hard disk.now you need deamon tool to upload this image and use it so you do not have to insert your cd each time you play game or need any software.
4 Oct 08
Do you mean Virtual CD or virtual cd player, where you can insert isos in? Because if it's the last one, then yes I use it! I'm used of storing the iso files on my external hard disk, so I'm always able to re-create the CD if there are many scratches on it, and I've got loads of empty CDs , so I don't really mind if I have to do it again! And it's not alot of work anyway! =)