A Brief Overview

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This documentation explains how Virtual CD works and how you can work with it. Whether or not you read it from start to finish, it is a good idea to keep it on hand for reference purposes, to look up specific points as you need them. The information provided here is divided into the following sections:

Introduction – General information about this documentation and about the product.
Installation – Describes the installation of Virtual CD and what you need to know to make it run smoothly.
Quick Start – Provides several examples illustrating the basic steps in Virtual CD step by step. Since a lot has changed in comparison to all earlier versions, we recommend that even experienced Virtual CD users read this chapter.
Virtual CD In Detail – This section makes up the bulk of this manual; all of the functions in Virtual CD are described in detail here.
Virtual CD in the Network – If you use Virtual CD in a network, check here for the information you need about configuration and operation.
Configuring your Virtual CD Program – Describes all options that you can configure in the Virtual CD Settings program.
Troubleshooting – This sections offers additional details about the program, as well as tips on solving problems that may arise as you use Virtual CD.
Appendix – Information concerning all aspects of the Virtual CD program.



This documentation was written on the basis of a full installation of Virtual CD v10 running on Windows 7 Ultimate without the Aero visual style. If you use an earlier Windows version or if you have already changed some of your Virtual CD settings, the dialogs displayed and the controls available may not be the same as those shown here.



The examples given in this documentation often describe only one of several possible methods for executing a particular task. Once you know your way around the program, you may find other techniques for activating the functions you need. Our advice to new users: give your curiosity free reign and experiment with the program.