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Thread: SecureROM persists with Yasu 1.6.9040 and DTlite 4.35.5.0068

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    Default SecureROM persists with Yasu 1.6.9040 and DTlite 4.35.5.0068

    I've reused an older pc for my two preschoolers to run educational software titles on and avoid trashing my main rig. I've used DTlite to make images of the original CD's so the kids won't get the cd's all scratched.

    One specific title (released c. 2007) apparently used SecureROM as I get a "Install orginal disc (1000)" error when I try to autorun the .mds image. I've tried checking and unchecking "RMPS" and "SecureROM" in Preferences/Advanced" with no success. I also downloaded and used YASU 1.6.9040_public with no success either.

    Any ideas are very much appreciated.

    Thanks

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    How did you create the image?
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    DTlite's Disc Imaging

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    Then your image isn't good enough for SR.

    Create an image with DT Pro and New SecuROM profile and also try different DPM speeds.
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    Installed DTPro, made the image at 24x and it runs ok on the kids' pc running DTlite. Thanks for your help!

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    How is there a difference between the images created with DTlite and DTpro?

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    Lite doesn't read any specific detailed info of the disc and Pro does iti.
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