Daemon tools updating virtual devices
While that is more of an aesthetic issue it is still something that could be problematic, for instance when trying to access media inserted into a drive (finding the right drive). Today's article on Unlock For Us addressed the issue which made me address it here on Ghacks as well.
It is not possible to quickly distinguish physical and virtual optical drives in Windows Explorer, unless you have renamed drives to reflect that or by digging deeper into the configuration settings.
On 13 February 2012, one of DAEMON Tools components known as Mount Space became a subject of privacy concerns.
Mount Space, a service-oriented component gathers and sends information about disc images used in DAEMON Tools to along with users' IP addresses.
Locate DVD/CD-ROM drives in the listing and expand the selection.
It is sometimes possible to spot virtual drives right away, for instance if they have virtual in their name. If you know the brand and model of your built-in DVD, CD or Blu-Ray drive you can select the other drives easily to uninstall them.
DAEMON Tools has a special mode for proper operation of copies of discs with advanced protection (Safe Disc, Secu Rom and Laser Lock, CDCOPS, Star Force and Protect CD), which are used on some discs with games.
The default file format of DAEMON Tools is Media Data e Xtended (MDX).
Open the Device Manager with Windows-p and the selection Device Manager from the sidebar menu.- Support of FLAC image files;- Flexible scheme of adding DT and SCSI virtual devices (maximum 4 in total);- Separate Autostart option;- Drag-and-drop of folders that contain image files;- Improvements in auto update process;- SPTD 1.79.* Bugs fixed:- Incompatibility with Mc Afee;- GUI issues with some RTL languages (Arabic, Hebrew etc);- Crash with Danish language;- Command line parameter get_count returns quantity of virtual devices of specific type by default;- Minor bugs.It is currently compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.It was created by s Yk0 and can be used to hide emulated drives from Secu ROM 7 and Safe Disc 4.
YASU is a companion program for Daemon Tools and currently being hosted, supported and maintained by the Daemon Tools team.
MDX is a disc image file format similar to MDS/MDF images.