>There is some kind of a 'virtual cd' type thingy that can fool windows
>applications into thinking a directory and contents are a CD, cause i
>remember using it to play quake a long time ago.
>>so if that educational software has the same problemo, this 'virtual
>cd' thingy would be a way round it. hopefully someone else will know
>what i'm talking about and be able to provide the link.
This makes your hard drive look like a CD drive (Not actually LOOK like one,
but well, you know what I mean!)
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