FREE toolkit for emulation and disc image - DAEMON Tools Pro Standard @ Giveawayoftheday
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FREE toolkit for emulation and disc image - DAEMON Tools Pro Standard @ Giveawayoftheday

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Found 17th Jun 2010Made hot 17th Jun 2010
Back up your physical CD, DVD and Blu-ray discs into disc image files which run directly on your hard drive, flash drive or network. Organize image collections with an electronic catalog.

Create up to 16 virtual drives that act just like real physical ones to access images data quickly. Work with images created by other programs DAEMON Tools supports variety of image types. Its an essential toolkit for emulation and disc image making. Get yours!

System Requirements: Windows 7/ Vista/ XP/ 2000 SP4
Publisher: Disc Soft Ltd
Homepage: daemon-tools.cc/
File Size: 10.3 MB
Price: The program is available for $29.95, but it will be free for our visitors as a time-limited offer.

15 Comments

This is great..

I suspect anyone who uses this will already have it, (but a pirate copy) as we all know the most common reason for mounting disc images :-D

Nevertheless, a great deal! Heat added :thumbsup:

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with giveawayoftgeday software can you reinstall them at a later date(I'm going to be reinstalling windows in august after I get from america(going on 21st june, getting back 30th july), been meaning to do it for months)?

I have the free version already, what does this version have that the free one doesn't?

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fowler002;8858313

with giveawayoftgeday software can you reinstall them at a later date(I'm … with giveawayoftgeday software can you reinstall them at a later date(I'm going to be reinstalling windows in august after I get from america(going on 21st june, getting back 30th july), been meaning to do it for months)?



NO. You will have to install and activate before the offer expires.

fowler002;8858313

I have the free version already, what does this version have that the … I have the free version already, what does this version have that the free one doesn't?



Not much difference between the lite and Pro standard version. Lite / Free version emulates up to 4 drives, Pro emulates upto 16 drives, With Pro you can compress the image size to save space on hard drive, enable password protection etc which are not there in free version.

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whenever ive used daemon tools its screwed up vista

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nomeames;8858648

NO. You will have to install and activate before the offer expires.Not … NO. You will have to install and activate before the offer expires.Not much difference between the lite and Pro standard version. Lite / Free version emulates up to 4 drives, Pro emulates upto 16 drives, With Pro you can compress the image size to save space on hard drive, enable password protection etc which are not there in free version. ]http://www.daemon-tools.cc/eng/products/dtLite]http://www.daemon-tools.cc/eng/products/dtproStd



so I can't install and activate it today, then reinstall it and activate it when I reinstall windows? I haven't really seen any software that I'd want,but there have been the odd one which I could use(this, plus the other day there was watermark maker. I'm planning on making a website on which I'll be uploading my photos, the watermark maker would have been usefull ensuring the photos weren't 'nicked' tho I'm not a pro so wouldn't loose money) but not bothered with due to not being sure if I can reinstall at a later date

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jamespir;8859076

whenever ive used daemon tools its screwed up vista



Vista itself is screwed up. :-D

nomeames;8860121

Vista itself is screwed up. :-D





Thanks OP.

Great deal

PowerISO is far better in my opinion and i think its free?

Stubee;

PowerISO is far better in my opinion and i think its free?



Was about to say the same for Magic Disc :thumbsup:

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Stubee;8860654

PowerISO is far better in my opinion and i think its free?



PowerISO doesn't support emulation. With Daemon tools you CAN create .iso. :whistling:

:thumbsup:

it is great. thanks for sharing

superb H+R

Some games will throw a hissy with certain types of protection if they find daemon tools installed and will refuse to run.

Personally i use vso virtual drive to mount any iso's for legal purposes but pretty much any emulation tools can cause problems to paid for games.
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