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Old 02-12-2005, 08:33 PM   #1
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I remember of a program that could do this but i forget it..does anyone know what the name of this program might be?
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Ya thats it thanks.
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WinRar does it too.
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I dont believe winrar does it. Daemon tools and Alcohol 120%. I am a huge fan of alcohol.
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Yeah we all love alcohol!!
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Haha - Tee-Total myself Being that I am totally full of Tea.

But nah - WinRar does do it And allows them to be made but personally I use Roxio to make them.
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I've only ever seen my bro use deamon tools once and it looked fairly simple!!
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