Daemon tools windows 7 updating virtual devices
Effectively, it's like adding an extra DVD drive to your machine but it exists only virtually on your desktop.
You can also use it to create image files which can then be “inserted” into the virtual drive from your hard disk or from a network drive and thus be used like a normal DVD.
YASU is a companion program for Daemon Tools and currently being hosted, supported and maintained by the Daemon Tools team.
On March 4 of 2009, s Yk0 announced development of Omen which is to succeed development of YASU.
That's very useful to many people that cannot burn ISOS or any other image files into a blank media (CD, DVD).
With the tips provided by this video, anyone can use Daemon Tools to mount the image in a virtual CD/DVD drive.
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 only problem I experienced with it was in Vista which isn't officially supported but it does work with.However, it seems that after you've performed the first mount, if you try to launch another, it may be unresponsive or only allow you to browse files from where you can execute the file manually anyway. These days, everything is obtained through downloads instead.And if you ask me, that’s the better way to go because optical drives are pretty much obsolete now.