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    Ausrufezeichen Daemon Tools + Y.A.S.U.

    I'm using the latest Daemon Tools Pro and Y.A.S.U.
    I'd have posted in the Y.A.S.U. section... But it seems that section is shut down or something seeing as there is an absence of the "New Thread" button.

    Y.A.S.U. doesn't recognize my H: Drive as being a virtual drive and doesn't want to cloak it.

    12:57:06 Y.A.S.U v1.6.9040 started...!
    12:57:06 DAEMON Tools Pro v4.40.312.214
    12:57:06 Windows 7 Ultimate v6.1 (Build 7600: )
    12:57:06 Locale: English (United States)
    12:57:06 Detected 2 optical device(s), 2 physical & 0 virtual device(s)

    12:57:08 * Cloaking procedure started.
    12:57:08 0 device(s) successfully cloaked from SafeDisc 4.xx:
    12:57:08 [ D:\ ] Status = Ignored (does not require updating)
    12:57:08 [ H:\ ] Status = Ignored (does not require updating)
    12:57:08 0 device(s) successfully cloaked from SecuROM 7.xx:
    12:57:08 [ D:\ ] Status = Ignored (does not require updating)
    12:57:08 [ H:\ ] Status = Ignored (does not require updating)
    12:57:08 * Cloaking procedure completed.

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    YASU forum is closed as it isn't developed anymore.

    Why do you need your drives cloaked? Try attaching to real drive and the game should work in case there is a blacklisting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blazkowicz View Post
    YASU forum is closed as it isn't developed anymore.

    Why do you need your drives cloaked? Try attaching to real drive and the game should work in case there is a blacklisting.
    Ah, that makes sense as to why it's closed then.

    I need my H:/ drive cloaked because I keep getting detected when I try to activate my Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts game. I don't have anything in my physical (D:/) drive.
    And what do you mean "attaching to real drive"?

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