After Installation

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Following installation, you can see the virtual drives in your Windows Explorer. The number of virtual drives depends to some extent on whether you chose the standard or custom installation option.




In this example, F: is a physical DVD-RW drive, G: is a virtual BD drive and H: is a virtual BD-RE burner. For easy recognition, a special Virtual CD icon is shown next to the drive letter of a virtual CD drive or virtual burner – unless there is a CD in the drive, in which case the CD might provide its own icon.








At this point in our example, however, the virtual CD drive is still empty. In certain aspects, installing the Virtual CD program is equivalent to installing a hardware CD-ROM drive or a CD burner inside the computer housing.



The Virtual CD drive icons might not be shown until after the computer has been restarted.