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Old 05-03-2003, 12:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok so i have "gotten" Corel Word Perfect its to diff cd's and thier in ISO format [for copying to a cd] so when i open it up it goes through "easy cd creator", BUT i do not want to make a cd i was wondering if i could copy it to my HD instead of to a cd? if so plzz make sum detailed intructions, lol

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I would say do a search for a program called Daemon Tools on google.

Once you install that it will make a virtual cdrom drive on your computer and you can mount the ISO image to it. Much easier than extracting the whole cd.

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yup...and after the 1st CD installs on Daemon, unmount it and mount the 2nd CD Iso and click ok and then it would continue from there! The Daemon Tool rocks, everyone who has ISO's or BIN's should use it!
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