Thanks for responding.
Virtual drives are progs that allow you to install the software and access
it without having the CD in the drive, it mounts an image (if thats the right
term) and unfortunately I have no room left for another internal drive, and
as I see it I may have to resort to an external caddy/drive via usb, but this
can be costly!.
Getting back to the Pioneer burners, today I tried installing on the NBI2 on
a Pioneer DVR-111a, a new burner that a friend has recently put in his puter
but once again it will say it has installed successfully but still not open.????
It looks very much like a different burner is required and I only hope that I do
not have to re-install every virtual drive again.