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DAEMON Tools Lite 4.11.2

Posted on: December 31, 2007

Daemon-Tools is an advanced application for multiprotection emulation. It is further development of Generic Safedisc emulator and incorporates all its features. This program allows running Backup Copies of SafeDisc (C-Dilla), Securom or Laserlock protected games. Also included is a Virtual DVDROM drive (Generic STEALTH DVDROM) enabling you to use your CD images as if they were already burned to CD! DAEMON Tools works under Windows9x/ME/NT/2000/XP with all types of CD/DVDROM drives (IDE/SCSI) and supports nearly any CD protection.


Features:

– Daemon-Tools needs a 1:1 Copy to run!

– Daemon-Tools is used to RUN GAMES, NOT TO BURN THEM! Means emulation must be active while you want to play a game, not while burning the copy (except for you want to use DAEMON Tools’ “fastdump” feature on a safedisc protected CD).

– If you want to run a copy protected application from an image mounted to a STEALTH DVDROM enabling the copy protection emulation(s) is NOT necessary!

– STEALTH DVDROM is able to run nearly every protected or unprotected CD image (Safedisc, Securom, Laserlock, Lockblocks etc.) like it was the original CD! Just do an image file using one of the supported burning programs and mount it with Daemon Manager!

Daemon-Tools supports the following image files:

– cue/bin

– iso

– ccd (CloneCD)

– bwt (Blindwrite)

– mds (Media Descriptor File)

– cdi (Disjuggler)

– nrg (Nero – must have ImageDrive installed).

– pdi (Instant CD/DVD)

– b5t (BlindWrite 5)

To sum it up:

– NO IDE-Jammer atm – we are working on it! No ETA for it – it’s done when it’s done!

– ADWARE INCLUDED – you can, however, UNCHECK that ADWARE at installation!

Changes in version 4.11.2:

Changes:

– DT Lite comes now as one setup file for both X86 and X64 systems;

– Several languages updated (German, Dutch, Arabic, Ukrainian, Lithuanian);

Bugs fixed:

– check up for updates bug;

– minor GUI bugs;

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