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07.11.2004, 21:29
Operating System: Windows XP Professional - Version 2002 - SP2
Burning Software: Record Now ver. 6.5.1
Anti-virus Software: Norton AV Professional ver.
DAEMON Tools Version: 3.47

I'm sure this is a stupid question, but I'm not very bright. I recently installed Daemon Tools to help me run some of my more commonly accessed programs without a CD in. After I install everything I load the program and begin to mount my .CUE files. This is where my problem hits. As soon as I mount the file, my Daemon Tools icon disappears off my desktop and all files except a few text files vanish from the directory. Am I missing something? Alcohol 120% did this as well. I have scanned for viruses using 3 seperate scanners, both online and off, and nothing is found. I am a bit of a novice, so please dumb down any replies.

08.11.2004, 13:33
Please post the contents of the .cue file (open with Notepad, copy and paste here).

08.11.2004, 22:30
TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
INDEX 01 00:00:00

09.11.2004, 17:01
OK, Manhunt seems to protected with SecuROM 5 so a simple .bin won't be enough for a working backup, here is more information on how to backup SecuROM 5 protected titles:


Try to make a new image with Alcohol's SecuROM profile or with Blindwrite 5.

15.11.2004, 10:23
Operating System: Windows XP
Burning Software: Nero 6
Anti-virus Software: Syamantec Internet Sec. Pro. 2004
DAEMON Tools Version: 3.47

I get the same problem, everything seems to install fine, then when I shut the machine down after using the tools, it has all disappeared, the D-Tools file has just 2 empty folders, the d/top icon has vanished and the TSR icon has gone but the drive exists in My Comp.

Any clues???

16.11.2004, 16:56
Problem seems to be solved - I used a programme to remove all StarForce copy protection files (They came with Soldiers: Heros of World War II) and have rebooted many times and it is still there. Not sure if Soldiers still works though I have not tried it yet.

www.boycottstarforce.org Download removal tool and hey presto - D-Tools works....