Writing B5I files using BlindWrite to virtual drives

vbimport

#1

I have some B5I files I would like to burn, but I don’t have a burner (or whatever you call a CD drive that can burn CDs). BlindWrite doesn’t give me the option to write files into virtual drives, is there a way to change that?

If not, is there some other way I can turn my B5I/B5T files into CD images that I can mount?

Thanks in advance (hey, that rhymes!)


#2

Hi,

Daemon Tools mounts Blindwrite Images.

Do you have an old version ? or are you using a different Virtual Drive software ?