DAEMON Tools Lite (with SPTD 1.56) 4.30.1
Nov 6, 2008
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DT Soft Ltd.
Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 Windows Vista
Free for personal use only. If used in commercial environment such as companies, internet cafes etc. it must be registered.
DAEMON Tools Lite (with SPTD 1.56) Review
|" An advanced application that provides the best optical media emulation in the industry. "
DAEMON Tools Lite is a lightweight and powerful application for CD/DVD emulation. It allows running games from backup copies as if the original disc were inserted.
In order to run backup copies you need to create appropriate image files of your original cd/dvd discs with software creating such appropriate images (e.g. DAEMON Tools Pro ).
DAEMON Tools Lite is a virtual DVD-ROM emulator based on a SCSI miniport driver. It emulates maximum 4 DVD-ROM drives and works with CD/DVD images created by many burning programs. It is great on notebooks without a physical CD-/DVD-ROM drive or to save akku power and speed up CD/DVD access. In opposite to other CD-/DVD-ROM emulators DAEMON Tools Lite doesn't use a proprietary container format. The advantage is that you can burn the images you're using with DAEMON Tools Lite right away or just test an image before burning it to see if it was created correctly. DAEMON Tools Lite works with most image formats. Moreover it has a special feature to make physical (burned) backups of your CD/DVD images when it is possible. It supports MDS format (MDF/MDS Files) and RMPS Media! It's also great if you want to save Power on your Notebook.
DAEMON Tools Lite supports the following image types:
* b5t (BlindWrite images)
* b6t (BlindWrite images)
* bwt (BlindRead images)
* ccd (CloneCD images)
* cdi (DiscJuggler images)
* cue (Cue sheets)
* iso (Standard ISO images)
* mds (Media Descriptor Files)
* nrg (Nero images)
* pdi (Instant CD/DVD images)
* isz (Compressed ISO images)
Using ISO Maker plugin you can make ISO images from CD/DVD discs (inserted in physical CD/DVD/HD DVD/BluRay drives) or from MDS and other images (inserted in virtual drives).
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