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Need help with mounting image for game


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Game : Football Manager 2006


I've got the game working good, previously, but because of some personal issue, i resintalled the game.

So right now with the two ind-fm2006 i have on my desktop, i thought i could just mount the image on alcohol 120, again.

When i double clicked on it, it just says mounted but the .exe file is not installed like it did on my first try.

Could i have missed anything? Btw, i removed the program through add/remove program, if this helps.
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you first have to make an image of the game cd and then use a program such as Daemon tools to mount it onto a virtual drive. Alcohol 120 may be able to do that but I'm not sure how.
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this sounds like you downloaded the game and want to use the virtual drive to mount the iso. This we can not support as it is an illegeally obtained copy. if you have the original cd try installing from that instead.
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ya its original game. Just that i want to play without the disc cos im having mp3s instead
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I'm sorry. Its still against the board rules for me to answer that question as 1)all we have is your word that ists original cd, 2)that others would use the info to circumvent copy protection wich all goes to the Terms of Use for GTG.

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