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    ...And the only Y.A.S.U. version which works under Vista Ultimate 64 is '1.3', but it's blacklisted!

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    twas a pain in the arse but i fixed it. just copy any dll (i copied engine.dll), paste, rename it 'daemon.dll' and toss it back in the daemon tools folder.

    did the same thing for the exe error message (cant find daemon.exe), i copied DTLite.exe, pasted it on my desktop, renamed it to 'daemon' (didnt add the .exe, and didnt need to), and tossed it back in the daemon tools folder.

    hope this helped, and if anything, gave proof as the previous advice works.

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    Default ok this is it

    ok i got this down lol listen it took me a long ass time but you were all wrong... and you were all right just had hald the shit lol

    ok so basicly this shit dont work for windows vista 64bit.. why bc the computer world hates us lol


    we have to do this our selfs so first off

    1. go to your DT directory..
    2. find your engin.dll file.. copy and past to desk top.
    3. label it daemon.dll
    4. after changing name past it again
    and re name it dtpro.dll
    5. past them both back into your Dt directory
    6. change the name ( no copy pasting needed) of your DTexe file to just daemon
    and it will work .. good luck i think the reason this took me so long is i didnt even know anything about yasu untill like 1 hour ago so i hope this helps but it finally got everything to work for me
    spritex8 likes this.

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    Apologetix I did what you said and it worked great. Thanks a lot, the only thing is I'm running XP and I still got all those errors. So IDK what the issue is.

    I think it is the fact that the files in DT Lite dont match those that the current YASU is searching for resulting in the error message. I supposed either YASU will have to change the .dll files it is searching for or users will have to continue to change the .dll files in DT to match YASU needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apologetix View Post
    ok i got this down lol listen it took me a long ass time but you were all wrong... and you were all right just had hald the shit lol

    ok so basicly this shit dont work for windows vista 64bit.. why bc the computer world hates us lol


    we have to do this our selfs so first off

    1. go to your DT directory..
    2. find your engin.dll file.. copy and past to desk top.
    3. label it daemon.dll
    4. after changing name past it again
    and re name it dtpro.dll
    5. past them both back into your Dt directory
    6. change the name ( no copy pasting needed) of your DTexe file to just daemon
    and it will work .. good luck i think the reason this took me so long is i didnt even know anything about yasu untill like 1 hour ago so i hope this helps but it finally got everything to work for me
    It don't works : the message its : unable to authenticate DAEMON Tools Lite and or DAEMON Tools Pro

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    Quote Originally Posted by DethChikkin View Post
    twas a pain in the arse but i fixed it. just copy any dll (i copied engine.dll), paste, rename it 'daemon.dll' and toss it back in the daemon tools folder.

    did the same thing for the exe error message (cant find daemon.exe), i copied DTLite.exe, pasted it on my desktop, renamed it to 'daemon' (didnt add the .exe, and didnt need to), and tossed it back in the daemon tools folder.

    hope this helped, and if anything, gave proof as the previous advice works.
    THANK YOU!!!

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