Play Games without DVD, Use Daemon Tools.
If you download movies, softwares and games from the internet, then you will observe that the downloaded file extension is .ISO. Now, this is called an ISO. File? To make it easy to understand, Wikipedia describes it as “An ISO figure is a collection file (or Disc Image) of an ocular device.” The file annex can be .CDR for Mac OS X or ISO for WINDOWS.
To get started, buy a software image mounting. Alcohol 120%, Daemon Tools, Magic ISO, Power ISO are few on the list of software which you can easily get from the internet. Getting a new drive is not difficult anymore.After installation and started, you will observe a button of red color lightning bolt icon present on the toolbar, next to the PC clock. On the icon right click to open the menu. Drift on VIRTUAL DCD/CD to open set number of devices on the side menu. You can set it to any like 1,2 and so on. Select the one that suits you.after which menu will close. After that you can check in your my Computer, where you will find a new DVD drive on the list.this will be your virtual drive.
Then again click right to open the Daemon Tools, click on the lightning bolt and then left click to open Virtual DVD/CD ROM. Click on the ‘device 0 [:] ‘No media’ after that click on the ‘Mount Image’ print on the side by menu. You will see popping up on a new window. After that steer to the .ISO file which you want to place and left click, double click and click the Open button.
Autoplay will begin the option is enabled and the .ISO will perform like you just placed a DVD/CD.if not, then again steers to My Computer. There you will find all the physical properties of DVD/CD so that you can do anything you would like to do with your DVD.
To remove the drive, you will have to open Daemon Tools and steer to VIRTUAL DVD/CD ROM and click on Unmount all devices. To get the most out of your drive you will need to run an.ISO file. This is due to the reason that the I/O speed is much better than a DVD/CD drive. And also, you will never scratch your DVD of your favorite games.