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Create Mixed-Mode Iso CD !!>>??

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     I just downloaded a free game but it tells me to write it on cd-r.It is telling me to copy the data files to track 1 , and the audio files to track 2. I do not have a cd writer.Is there any way to create Mixed-Mode iso's using software like WinISo of Magic iso . PLease tell me whether there is any other software that can do the job !! Please !!
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You can create the ISO with  nero and mount it with something like VIrtual Drive
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