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Can you partition a DVD? Answered

I have several games that I want to put on one disk so that I don't have to keep track of three disks, one for each game and one for the game files. Anything?

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ARJOON

Best Answer 7 years ago

use ultra iso.
make an .iso file out of each game you want
copy all of them to the dvd.
when changing computer. the computer must be installed with ultra iso or equivalent and you are all set
mount the iso file on virtual disks. and you are all set.

similar programs(nero, power iso, iso buster, daemon tools)

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furrysalamander

7 years ago

Thanks Guys, I wasn't expecting answers this fast!

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Re-design

7 years ago

Just put them in their own files.

I don't know if you can or not, I've never seen or heard it asked.

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furrysalamanderRe-design

Answer 7 years ago

I wish it were that simple, I tried it once, copied the cd to a flash drive, but it wouldn't work because it has to read it from a disk.

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orksecurity

7 years ago

Not sure about DVDs, but I've seen CD "sessions" used this way. That does require that you have a driver which lets you select which session the drive letter is associated with; many don't. (Which some CD publishers have tried to use as a basic copy-discouragement mechanism.)

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Lithium Rain

7 years ago

Surprisingly, it appears that yes, you can. http://www.mvoyager.com/support/online-help-manual/how-to-use-master-voyager/how-to-create-encrypted-cddvd/how-to-create-encrypted-partition-on-dvdcd.shtml