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    Ausrufezeichen SCSI vs DT Virtual Drive

    What is the difference between a SCSI and an DT virtual drive?

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    DT drive doesn't use SPTD driver and therefore isn't providing advanced emulation (e. g. protections)
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    "Daemon Tools initially emulated SCSI devices (these were easier to do) but this led to media checking software (e.g. SafeDisc, SecuROM) refusing to work on SCSI drives, so the Pro version added IDE support. Subsequent updates courtesy of media checkers led to DT using a "hidden driver" SPTD to avoid detection - DT drives don't use this driver (which, being hidden, may be flagged as a rootkit by some software)."
    Not mine but good information on the subject.

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    first of all thanx for this marvelous software...

    and now ... respect to the thread

    who of this drives is more faster in emulation???

    DT or SCSI???

    thanx again

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    Principally they should go head to head.
    You can check with the Benchmark test of Nero DiscSpeed 6.2.3
    Nero DiscSpeed - Freeware - EN - Download.CHIP.eu

    Images containing Data Position/Topology information (e.g. SecuROM)
    constitute an exception and will read slower in vSCSI.
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    Great minds think alike ... You're terrific ...
    This help me a lot with my gaming

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    Default how does nero work

    Quote Originally Posted by Terramex View Post
    Principally they should go head to head.
    You can check with the Benchmark test of Nero DiscSpeed 6.2.3
    Nero DiscSpeed - Freeware - EN - Download.CHIP.eu

    Images containing Data Position/Topology information (e.g. SecuROM)
    constitute an exception and will read slower in vSCSI.
    when i try to download i get no shortcut of nero and i am afaid my pc is infected with virus or malware can you verify?

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    Benchmark test of Nero DiscSpeed 6.2.3 try to download that but get no shortcut on my pc and i am afraid my pc is infected with virus or malware can you verify that?

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    Those older versions are standalone programs without setup and therefore without a shortcut.
    But i can't get that very version from chip.eu working either

    You can try version 4.7.7.16 instead:
    Download Nero CD-DVD Speed v4.7.7.16 (freeware) - AfterDawn: Software downloads

    I've also attached latest version 7.0.2.100 (already extracted from setup).

    Regarding your potential malware problem this might be a good starting point: Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help - Tech Support Forum
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