I’m using CloneCD version 4.2 I believe (I know there are normally 4 numbers but I can’t get at the other 4 right now). I have an original copy of KOTOR and installed it on a new laptop (Inspiron 9100 if anyone cares to know). I decided that carrying around the stupid play cd was gonna anger me so I wanted to make an image and just mount it using CloneCD so I can play the game. I used default settings and CloneCD happily churned out an image. I then updated KOTOR to 1.02 (I think that’s the latest patch). When I went to run the image the game spat out something about Securom and emulation and once again asked for the original CD to be placed in the drive.
If I uninstalled, then reinstalled and tried to use the Image file mounted to the virtual drive, would this fool the game into thinking that the virtual drive is the original install drive and kill this error message (wow thats a mind blowing sentence right there)? Is there something a bit more fancy I need to try? I’m not interested in copying the CD onto other media, just running the Image file instead of the play disk.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.