Reply 20 of 40, by seskanda
What am I trying to say is that you need to change the drive letter that is currently being used for your real CD-ROM drive, because that is where the game is (probably) trying to look for its CD. At the time the game was written it was very uncommon for PCs to have multiple CD-ROM drives and it is probably not checking every possible drive letter for its disc.
Can I assign the virtual drive to the SAME letter as my real CD-ROM drive, or vice versa? It does not matter what drive letter my real CD-ROM drive is, because Pitfall will always try to look for it. My real drive is on F:\, i tried changing it, and set the virtual drive to F:\, but that does NOT work. I even tried disabling the real drive via Device Manager, but i still get the "Pitfall must be played using the CD-ROM" error. Maybe I need a way for Pitfall to recognize a virtual drive as the real CD-ROM drive?
I very much doubt that Pitfall is using any sort of copy protection that would require Daemon Tools Pro.
Yes, that's why i believe UltraISO can do the job for me here.
That would be the .iso image you mentioned before.
So, an .ISO image is the same as a bin/cue, then? I'd like to have the bin/cue image save ONLY the data from the CD, i.e. the visible 40 MB that Windows Explorer shows.