Daemon tools lite windows 7 updating virtual devices

I downloaded a new version of SPTD (1.60) from the product page but I had the same problem, SPTD installed, asked me to restart and then couldn’t detect the installed driver.

Googling I found out many others had the same problem and Finally I found a post in a forum explaining that it was a registry permissions problem.

It is currently compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.

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.

After the update from Windows 7 RC to RTM I noticed Daemon Tools was gone. Daemon Tools relies on SPTD (a SCSI pass through driver) to do it’s magic and it checks whether it is installed.

It seems that it couldn’t detect it on my system so it launched the SPTD setup, asked to restart the computer and then again and again.

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Here are the steps to re-install SPTD on Windows 7: 1.) Open regedit. If you can't, just right-click the folder, and click Permissions. Do this also to a sub-folder of "sptd" namely "cfg" (i actually already deleted it so i forgot). Try opening the SPTD layer installer again and see if it tells you that SPTD layer is already installed.As a conclusion, DAEMON Tools Lite comes packed with a handy suite of features for helping you mount and unmount images, create virtual drives and generate image files from device contents.Its ease of use and accessibility make it a decent CD/DVD drive emulation program.Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number LENOVO K450 @3.0GHZ OS 64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro CPU Core(TM) i Haswell @ 3.20GHz Motherboard LENOVO Memory 12.00 GB Graphics Card Intel(R) HD Graphics Sound Card Intel HD integtrated Monitor(s) Displays HP 25' ISP Monitor Screen Resolution 1900/1020 Hello, Description of the BSOD: It actually started on 7.12.2014.During that day i had the old installation of Windows that was corrupted by viruses. But after i have re-installed Windows 7 x64 Ultimate again (i did a custom install) the issue...

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