#1
Im trying to mount an image on this however it doesnt let me past the first screen-it is recognising there is a writable cd in but doesnt let me go further.

Also the other thing was do i need to extract the files before mounting?
#2
I might have missed something, but where is the alcohol, and do I get any?

DON'T PANIC! DON'T PANIC!
THEY DON'T LIKE IT UP 'EM!
#3
wow, ive lost like 40 IQ points in the pit today.


i'm so lost.
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#8
Dude! 120% of alchohol will like kill your liver. The strongest vodka made is only like 80% alchohol.
#9
120% alcohol doesn't even make sense, you cant have more than 100%, 120 proof sure.
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#10
When you mount the file, go to My Computer and double click on the virtual drive. If its not working then its probably something wrong with the image file. And you don't need to extract the file I don't think.
#12
try with daemon tools... had some issues in the past with alcohol 120%...
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#13
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try with daemon tools... had some issues in the past with alcohol 120%...



agreed...unless you're ripping a DVD or ripping/writing a game...in which case, A120% FTW!
#14
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you guys, alcohol 120% is a program. damn there are ignorant people in the pit.



maybe if that was explained we would understand.


how could we know about a program that we have never heard of??
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#15
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maybe if that was explained we would understand.


how could we know about a program that we have never heard of??


i dont know how to answer that question.