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You can do exactly as you asked. There will be no problem at all.
Just to add, it is possible to connect a laptop cd drive to a computer as I have done it before, with the help of a cable that plugged into the back of my old pc and plugs into the connectors on the back of the cd drive in question.
Whats wrong with putting the cd into the laptop, making a .iso image, then transfering that image over the network and mounting it using alcohol120% or deamon tools?
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