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Persian boy

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Hi all,


I am a new user and found this software useful...


Here is my suggestion:


In my opinion if ImgBurn can develop a "virtual image drive" which can install on Window XP, Windows Vista & Windows 7

all of equipments what you need for burning a disk will completed...


Just something like "Virtual clone drive" or "Nero Image drive"


Nero doesn't support Image drive for Windows Vista and Windows 7, I don't know why?!

But Slysoft supports mentioned operating systems very well...




Virtual clone drive developed by "Slysoft"



Nero Image drive developed by Nero corporation:




Please share you opinion


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Why would LUK want to do that when there are plenty of solutions? e.g. Daemon Tools, Alcohol 52%, Virtual CloneDrive as you mentioned, etc, all of them freeware.


There are some reasons to develop a virtual clone drive by ImgBurn team


As I've already said here, Nero doesn't support its own "Image drive" so there are a plenty Nero image files (*.nrg format) which users can't use them anymore, so if ImgBurn can develop a converter for this format it can be useful for a lot of user around the world. Also some other image formats like Alcohol images, etc.


If ImgBurn develop a converter and then a virtual image drive in one package, ImgBurn will have a complete package for Writing tools.


In this situation nobody use other writing tools....


As I know there are some converters for (*.daa) files but there is no "full package converter" OR "full package virtual drive" to support all formats or at least convert them to ISO format....


So ImgBurn can develop a "converter AND a virtual image drive" to support and convert all writing tools....

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  • 1 month later...

Or try DVDFab Virtual Drive


It has a very small footprint, memory usage is only 2,452 K


DVDFab Virtual Drive is a virtual DVD/Blu-ray emulator. It emulates maximum 18 drives and works with DVD/Blu-ray images.



FYI: The ISO's are easily mounted via the Right-Click context menu in a WinDoz Explorer window.




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