Daemon Tools
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Daemon Tools Lite 4.12
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista
License
Freeware
Release Date
17 January, 2008 (7 years ago )

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Daemon Tools Lite 4.12 (3.49 MB)

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System Requirements of Daemon Tools Lite 4.12
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
Program Information of Daemon Tools Lite 4.12
Version Name:
Daemon Tools Lite 4.12

File Size:
3.49 MB

Released Date:
17 January, 2008 (7 years ago)

MD5 Checksum:
df48777f9e9876f3abacbcd8652d3caa

SHA1 Checksum:
05CC4E17F805511130DF0199CA0DF4714AB86E81

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About Daemon Tools

DAEMON Tools is a disk image emulator for Microsoft Windows that mounts images of DVD and CD media on virtual drives. The program is able to defeat most copy protection schemes such as SafeDisc and SecuROM.

DAEMON Tools was originally a furtherance in the development of another program, Generic SafeDisc emulator, and incorporated all of its features. It is currently being developed and distributed by DAEMON's Home and is free for non-commercial purposes.
 

DAEMON Tools Supported File Types

  • b5t (Blindwrite 5)
  • b6t (Blindwrite 6)
  • bwt (Blindwrite, older versions)
  • ccd (CloneCD)
  • cdi (Discjuggler)
  • cue/bin
  • img (not on supported filetype list but may be used through All files (*.*))
  • iso
  • mds/mdf (Media Descriptor File) (Commonly used by Alcohol 120%)
  • nrg (Nero Burning ROM)
  • pdi (Instant CD/DVD)
  • dmg (PowerISO)

Updates : Daemon Tools Updates

Did You Know?

With DAEMON Tools you would get up to 32 virtual SCSI drives and 4 virtual IDE drives that act just like the “real” physical ones.