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My computer will not let me down load the bible library special edition and be able to use it with out having the disk in with windows XP?

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Hello,

Do you have now the installer? You need to create a virtual disk inorder to access the program without disk in the rom. U can use program daemon tools to let create virtual disk in your computer.

u can search daemon tools in googles and install it to your computer.

and make a image disk of the disk you are using. and store/save it your drive c: or D: . in creating image files u can use nero burning program.

please tell me what happen after you have done my suggestion.

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