I bought my son a set of Disney Learning games for PC. There are 3 disks included in the set but in order to play the different games you have to take one out and put the other in.
Is there away I can copy the info on the disks and save it to my HDD so that I/we dont have to keep changing the disks out.
Kind of like a no-cd mod for games. I know i might be on the edge of whats allowed to be posted but. I have purchased the games at a retail store and I am just looking for a better way to play them. I didnt warez them they are legit retail disks
there are programs such as Fantom CD that can make disk images that you mount on your computer (kind of like a virtual drive). as of now, fantom cd might be right up your alley.
(and i think as long as we don't go into the subject of using hacked software, i.e. hacked exe, and instead using legal programs such as Fantom cd, then you should be alright.)
Thanks for the advice
I tried a trial version of Fantom CD. I must be a moron cause I cant figure it out
Any other ideas
Anything that can create a disc image should work, Nero, Alcohol, WinISO, etc. Then you just need a virtual drive program, Nero, Alcohol, Daemon Tools, etc to mount the disc with. I'm out of touch, so there may be better programs around now.
I've had to do this with a program my wife likes to use, Printmaster. It's like 6+ years old, and has 6 disks which you have to keep popping in/out when making a project. I found it annoying to use, so the virtual disk/drive thing was very nice.