Drive Letter Access turns your CDs and DVDs into virtual hard drives. Burning is easy. There’s no need to pre-stage files. Just drag and drop your files directly to a recordable CD or DVD. With Drive Letter Access, you can process, format and burn in one simple step. The final disc will be compatible with almost any Windows computer.
Here's what you can do:
Drag and drop files directly to a recordable CD or DVD disc.
Process, format and burn simultaneously in one easy step.
Use Windows Explorer to access your CD or DVD anywhere in Windows and drag and drop files to CD or DVD.
Save files and folders to your recorder drive using My Computer or Windows Explorer.
Share and transfer information inexpensively and quickly. DLA has Universal Disk Format support.
Make CD-R discs readable by virtually any CD-ROM drive.
DLA enables direct read/write drive letter access to your CD/DVD optical drive from Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, and XP.
DLA supports double-layer discs when used with compatible DVD recorders.
DLA brings out the full potential of the new generation of EasyWrite/Mt. Rainier CD-RW drives by combining the convenience of background formatting with the simplicity of drag-and-drop recording.
All discs must be initialized (or formatted) before they can store data. DLA can perform either a Quick or Full format of your discs.Once DLA has formatted your disc, you can add files and folders to your recorder drive using any of the methods mentioned below:
Drag and drop files directly to your recorder drive using Windows Explorer.
Select "Save As…" from most software applications and choose your recorder drive as the destination.
Use the "Send To" command by right-clicking files and folders in My Computer or Windows Explorer and selecting DLA drive (drive letter).
Use your backup software and direct its output to the recorder drive