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Note: Most OEM versions officially support only Windows 2000 and XP; however, DLA itself also runs on older versions of Windows, like Windows 98 Second Edition and Windows Me, as well as Windows NT 4.0.
If the above package does not install another option is to use the Dell DLA package. This package pays no attention to the hardware platform and it installs on systems with no previous version of DLA installed.
DLA enables direct read/write drive letter access to your CD/DVD optical drive from Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, and XP.
Drive Letter Access (DLA) is a discontinued commercial packet writing application for the Microsoft Windows operating system that allows optical disc data storage devices to be used in a manner similar to floppy disks.
DLA is a packet writing technology for CD and DVD media that uses the UDF file system.