Installing Software Without an Optical Drive

James Radcliffe has written an article, Installing Software Without an Optical Drive for Tablet PC Talk that, while it’s about Tablet PCs, applies equally to those smaller ultraportables that don’t have optical drives built-in. This could be of some use to those travelling, and who, for whatever reason, find themselves without some kind of optical drive. He covers three key areas – sharing over a network, external optical drives, and using a disk image.

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