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ISO on a Virtual Drive in Windows 10

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#1 adfundum


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Posted 12 January 2016 - 08:14 PM

I utilize a certain software called Boardmaker for work.  The problem is that for me to run the program I always have to keep the cd in the drive for it to open.  It must run some security check or something.  I got a new laptop running windows 10 and I wanted to sort a way not to always keep the stupid disc in the drive.  I created an ISO and then mounted it but the program still knows the physical disc is not in the drive.  I used infrarecorder to create the ISO.  Any suggestions would be appreciated. 

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Posted 12 January 2016 - 09:08 PM

Here at BC there are rules that we must follow and cannot help you bypass security. The software is doing a check routine looking for a legit cd and that cd protection is hard coded into the disc itself.

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