Virtual DVD Drive

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  1. pdingo

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    Having used MP1 for years I have migrated to MP2. Most items working however when I find my ISO files it displays them as a folder and does not mount.
    I am using virtual Drive (the sheep ICON). for my virtual DVD. I cannot see the virtual drive in media sources. I am guessing I am missing something.


     
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    It seems that MP2 is still got a way to go.
     
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    Hi.
    You don't need the "sheep" for using ISO files inside MP2. They are supported ootb. You can add the ISO as "normal" Video files.
     
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