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holtvg
25.06.2006, 05:23
Do you think alcohol 120% 1.9.5.4327 is better for copying the latest copy protected cd's or blindWrite 6.0.0.17. Give me some suggestions so I can choose one, they're both capable of emulating most of the copywright protections and are the two best out there, but I need the best of the two.

Jito463
25.06.2006, 14:07
I'm a die-hard Alcohol user personally (the software, not the drink). I've never used BW though, so I couldn't give you a comparison of the two.

streetwolf
26.06.2006, 00:54
Hey Jito?

Are you a support person for Alcohol? If not, them someone else over at the Alcohol forum has the same name and avatar as you.

Underheaven
26.06.2006, 06:09
Hey Jito?

Are you a support person for Alcohol? If not, them someone else over at the Alcohol forum has the same name and avatar as you.
He's the same person

streetwolf
26.06.2006, 12:45
So is this a case of checking on the competition? :D

Wonder who the DT mole is over at the Alcohol forum? :wink:

Blazkowicz
26.06.2006, 13:19
LocotusofBorg and Copytrooper are Admins in Alcohol forum ;)

streetwolf
26.06.2006, 14:14
WOW!

So will we see the day that Alcohol and DT merge into one?

After all Alcohol can make one get the DTs. :D

Jito463
26.06.2006, 15:26
Alcohol and DTools share at least one dev, and Alcohol uses the DTools virtual drives. But no, they will not merge as they are seperate entities. And yes, I'm the same Jito463. :)

And that's no avatar, that's my self-portrait. Didn't you know that I'm also Max Payne? ;)

arisma
26.06.2006, 21:02
i used alcoholґs demo without problems or errors, but is bw more technologically updated?

Underheaven
26.06.2006, 21:10
i used alcoholґs demo without problems or errors, but is bw more technologically updated?It depends on which forum you use to ask that question.

Jito463
27.06.2006, 13:16
When it comes to creating images, I know Alcohol does a good job of creating images and I'm pretty sure BW must too (otherwise, people wouldn't use it). I assume the same holds true for burning images. But Alcohol also has a virtual drive. Does BW have one? Not that I'm aware of. Also, Alcohol has a lot more customization options for the copy protections, BW is pretty much point and click, no real configuration to speak of. Better for the technologically inept (no offense, just matter-of-fact), but not so for the geeks who want to get in there and fiddle with things to try and create a better image. That's my personal view on the matter.

arisma
27.06.2006, 21:52
1 point goes to Alcohol for the customization options. About the virtual drive, well, dt exist no need that bw have one.

But, whatґs the better creating images? I supposed that it is the question.

IrcGhost
29.06.2006, 17:06
1 point goes to Alcohol for the customization options. About the virtual drive, well, dt exist no need that bw have one.

But, whatґs the better creating images? I supposed that it is the question.

I asked myself the question for a long time, but A120% really is better:D I've used al major burning/image creating/virtual drive program's and I'm pretty sure that A120% really is da best;) the anti-security tools combined with all the prefs. you are able to adjust for your personal use and the virtual drives, this program really is the best:)

greetings,

Kitna
04.07.2006, 02:35
Also, unless you pay 149 € for VSO Gold Membership then you only get a Blindwrite licence for 1 year.
Alcohol standard licence is lifetime.

Underheaven
04.07.2006, 04:18
Also, unless you pay 149 € for VSO Gold Membership then you only get a Blindwrite licence for 1 year.
Alcohol standard licence is lifetime.
Free updates for 1 year. You get to keep your BlindWrite software forever- just no more updates. But yea- that's many times more expensive for Burning Software.

Sir Camehan
08.07.2006, 01:48
Also, unless you pay 149 for VSO Gold Membership then you only get a Blindwrite licence for 1 year.
Alcohol standard licence is lifetime.

Thats one major reason I chose Alcohol 120% as my burning program. Also, it supports basically anything I throw at it, except for the very latest SF versions, which is why I bought a DT/DT Pro license today, so then I can use SF-protected games without the hassle of putting the DVD or CD in. And Alcohol customer support is excellent, as I found out when I had activation problems with my PC (customer support sent me a fix in around 10-15mins), so the choice for getting Alcohol was a choice well chosen for me.