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    Get the trial version here!



    1. NEW. SPTD driver version 1.35.
    2. NEW. Full Windows Vista RC2 (Build 5744) compatibility 32Bit and 64Bit editions.
    3. NEW. RMPS V2, a totally new generation of our RMPS feature
    4. NEW. Option to install Alcohol with or without Virtual drive function.
    5. NEW. EWSS (Enhanced Weak Sector Scanner).
    6. NEW. Shell Context Menu support in all x64 platforms. (XP, Windows Server 2003 and Vista RC2).
    7. UPDATE. Shell Context Menu to sort drive list by drive letter, and single menu item when only one virtual drive is installed.
    8. UPDATE. Alcohols Sector Viewer in CD/DVD Manager, now provides more detailed information for DVD.
    9. UPDATE. Alcohol data type profiles.
    10. UPDATE. "Ignore Media Type" Function; to include DVD media.
    11. UPDATE. Alcohols help files
    12. UPDATE. Language Translations
    13. UPDATE. Alcohols Virtual Drive engine.
    14. UPDATE. Alcohols write engine
    15. UPDATE. Alcohols read engine
    16. FIX. Missing installed device drivers list in Alcohols system report for X64 platforms.
    17. FIX. "Invalid User Buffer." Error, that affected some systems.
    18. FIX. Minor bugs reported by users.
    19. FIX. Problem related to U3 USB if RMPS function was active
    20. FIX. Problem related to Acronis True Image issue
    21. FIX. Problem related to Mac Drive issue
    22. ADDED. Support for more devices, you can find more detailed information on our development page at Alcohol Soft Product Support
    Last edited by Blazkowicz : 05.04.2009 at 12:51

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    Hmm, could RMPS v2 and Enhanced Weak Sector Scanning be anything useful?!?!?!
    Last edited by Starforce23 : 03.11.2006 at 21:18
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    I read that the new Alcohol can burn Safedisc DVD's.
    Sorry I forgot to switch to English.
    Thx for the info Kinlaadare.
    Last edited by korn2006 : 02.11.2006 at 19:56 Reason: forgot to write in English

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    Yes, Safedisc on DVD is now possible with RMPS v2 emulation. This will also work for CD copies when you don't have a capable burner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jito463
    Yes, Safedisc on DVD is now possible with RMPS v2 emulation. This will also work for CD copies when you don't have a capable burner.

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    Thanks for the info! Never tried this one before so i will


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