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    Auto-Mount iso?

    Hey,

    I was wondering if anybody knows of any program that offers one-click mounting of an iso?

    I have some iso's that I want to make available, and I havn't got the time to show all the staff how to use say daemon tools on how to mount the images.

    Does anybody have any ideas?

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    Microsoft made "Virtual CD Control Panel" that might be of use to you

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    Thanks.

    My problem is that the maths department have a casio calculator emulator, that they want to be able to use on any pc. And you know what departments are like with cds.... The only problem is the fact that there is a silly check to see if you have the cd. So I trying everything to fix the blasted thing

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    There are various scripting add ons for Daemon tools.

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    I will have to have a play tommrrow. At home now... and had enough

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    I use daemon script.

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    What's an iso?

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    he means iso9660

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    Daemonscript too, though I had trouble having the latest two versions working together, now using the second-to-newest version of Daemon Tools.

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    I'm a big fan of slysoft's virtual clonedrive

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    Same problem - called Casio (might be worth it?) and they couldn't sort.

    I just gave the maths department here: http://perso.wanadoo.fr/casioworld/zip/WinG100_sr.zip and they're happy

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    Deamon tools isn't free for educational use is it?

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    I'm always made happy when I end up digging up a post that's years old and someone else joins me...

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    Pismo File Mount? It's really easy to script it.

    Code:
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