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Automotive Repair CD

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I have an OEM auto repair cd that I currently have in my laptop optical disc drive, D:.  When I installed the program onto the computer, it placed a shortcut on the desktop to start the program and some files on the computer itself under a folder named, "tso".  To run the program I must leave the cd in the D: drive; if I don't the program asks for the cd to be put into the drive.

My question is can I use ImgBurn to make a file, that will be recognized by the desktop shortcut as a repair cd (really a fake one) instead of the actual repair cd? 

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Maybe... yes.

Use Read mode to make an image of the disc.

Mount that image using any method available to you and the OS you’re running. Either directly in Explorer or via a virtual drive program.

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