As a kid, I got a free racing ad-game on CD-ROM, from the same company who made Mall Maniacs. As the disc’s becoming 20 years old, and the publisher went bust in 2003, it felt mandatory to make an ISO (or well, DAA as in PowerISO), to keep accessing it whenever the CD decides to die. The game is nowhere to be found on the internet anymore.
The iso, however, doesn’t contain (or at least won’t play) the CD-ROM’s in-game music. The only way to play the music is with the CD in the drive, and with that drive first in order. Is there any way to get around this, instead of burning another CD?