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mount an empty CD-R virtualy??


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fabio
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hi


is it somehow possible to mount a CD virtually?'
i know that if you have the disk image you can mount it with toaster.


but can i somehow mount an image thats empty??
so that i could "burn" somethings on this image??

it's because i've got many itunes songs, where i dont have the original ID3 tags, and to add them, i would have to burn each CD end encode it again.
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