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    How do I run the maps and iGuidance straight from the computer without it needing the disc to open?

  • #2
    There are several programs out there that will make it able for you to copy your dvd straight to the harddrive, and then simply map a drive for itself, to run from.
    Daemon tools is one of them...
    If you can't drive a stick... You can't drive!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Angel_OD View Post
      There are several programs out there that will make it able for you to copy your dvd straight to the harddrive, and then simply map a drive for itself, to run from.
      Daemon tools is one of them...
      Ive downloaded the Daemon tools like u said, now if you can give me a quick run down of what i have to do to make this happen, would be great. Im quite unfamiliar with the emulating process.

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      • #4
        Right click your drive and you should see a save to *.iso option. Do that. It will create a file the size of the DVD. Then take that file and right click--> mount. That will then mount it to your new "virtual drive'.
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        • #5
          I may be wrong, but if the original poster is asking how to install iGuidance (any version) on a computer in such a way so that the program doesn't require the DVD to run, then the answer is just simply to install the program as per installation instructions.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Marvin Hlavac View Post
            I may be wrong, but if the original poster is asking how to install iGuidance (any version) on a computer in such a way so that the program doesn't require the DVD to run, then the answer is just simply to install the program as per installation instructions.
            there is no option of the sort in the setup process

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            • #7
              I didn't think so either... I had to have my dvd in the drive all the time, untill I found the Daemon. And it works like a charm! :-)

              Follow 2K1Toaster's advice, or ... google it! :-)
              If you can't drive a stick... You can't drive!

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              • #8
                The trick is: "...install the program as per installation instructions." While most programs don't require us to read the included instructions, iG4 does (at lease the first batch). The instructions explain that a folder (w/all its content) has to be copied from the installation DVD to your hard drive - running the installation application is not good enough.

                Copy iNav iGuidance folder from the DVD to your C:\

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                • #9


                  Marvin is quite correct, part of the instructions was to copy the map data to your C: drive. If you dont do this it looks for it on the DVD. Beats mounting a DVD image
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