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Is there a way to mount a writable disc/image on a virtual drive(e.g. daemon tools)? This is for either Windows XP or Windows 7.

The goal being to write a disc directly to an ISO from software that only sees physical and virtual optical devices. Because the discs are temporary so I don't want to waste physical media.

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What about daemon tools doesn't do it for you? Is there something you need that it's lacking? –  Uninspired Oct 25 '10 at 4:13
    
As far as I'm aware ImgBurn and Daemon Tools can't emulated burners. Daemon Tools can mount existing images and create images from files/folders, but you can't use other programs to burn to the virtual drive as though it were a CD-R. –  Ryan Oct 26 '10 at 17:52
    
Pahntom Burner works Great, But I found it does not support Dual Layer DVDs any Software can burn dual layers virtually –  user109087 Dec 11 '11 at 10:35

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Phantom Burner looks like what you are looking for.

Here is a similar question: http://superuser.com/questions/50789/virtual-cdr-driver

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This is exactly what I'm looking for, although I wish the functionality was available in other packages and for less money. –  Ryan Oct 26 '10 at 17:46
    
@Ryan, Glad it worked out for you. I agree, I wish both read & write ISO files were built into all OSs. –  Scott McClenning Oct 27 '10 at 1:45

Are you looking for something like ImgBurn?

It can create/copy ISOs from real or virtual drives.

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I'm looking for the virtual drive side of things, specifically one that emulates a burner, to create images by "burning" to the virtual device. –  Ryan Oct 26 '10 at 17:53
    
Burning software has the ability to do a "test burn" if that's what you're looking for. If you're looking to create an ISOs you can use and mount in virtual drives, ImgBurn is a good option. –  Force Flow Oct 27 '10 at 4:19

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