I've got a multimedial english/italian dictionary made by a great italian publishing house.
After a normal installation, the program works only if the cd is in the cd-driver. Pushing the mouse button on the english words it's possible to listen to the correct pronounce. Just to avoid bringing with me the cd everywhere I go, my intention was to transfer the whole content of the CD in the hard disk and make it work from there. But if you install it from the HD, it's impossible to listen to the pronounce because no sound is reproduced. I tried many solutions also I made an iso image and created a virtual cd driver but it doesn't work. Only in the physical drive it works fine !!!
If I send you the CD anywhere you are in the world, is there any chance to have my project done ?
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