For example most apps have settings where you tell where to find the files. And we know Adobe Reader handler encoded PDFs just fine so that app has me put the PDF over in a folder and not in the virtual DVD.
So without all the details, it's unlikely to be solved and besides, the issuer of the PDF and reader should be asked since many new laptops have no such drive.
I have a reader program running in my computer that gets it's encoded PDF type files off of physical dvds. I do not have the physical dvds, i have ISO's on my hard drive.
When I select an article from the index list in the installed program, it tells me to insert the corresponding DVD.
How do I get the program to recognize the virtual DVD drive with the ISO instead of the DVD drawer? The program does not come with a drive selector dropdown. The program will not open the file directly off my HD, and no other readers will open these files. My other alternative is to buy someblank DL-DVD9s.