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    Default Conflict with emulation software detected.

    I bought an original copy of Need for Speed ProStreet.
    First thing I did was making a ISO-file of the game with Daemon Tools Lite.
    Then I put that on a NTFS formatted USB stick.
    After that I put it the ISO-file on my other laptop and mounted it in the DT virtual disc drive using Daemon Tools Lite.
    That worked and I installed the game.
    When I tried to start it after installing I got the error "Conflict with emulation software detected".
    What can I do now?

    Please note, I am bad with PC stuff...
    So, it can occur that I don't understand the very technical things.

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    Hallo, and welcome to the forums.
    That game is protected with SecuROM, that is why a simple ISO doesn't work.
    It has to be an MDS or MDX image created with DAEMON Tools Pro/Ultra or Alcohol 52/120% inclusive a Data position measurement.
    So either create a new image, or simply copy the attached MDS file to your existing ISO, and change the ISO file extension to MDF.
    Also you need to use a virtual SCSI device for that kind of protection.
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    I am trying this right now, but how do I paste a MDS file in an ISO file?
    If I do copy paste, the MDS file won't get pasted in the ISO...

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    Sorry, i meant 'copy into the same folder' as your ISO, so that you have two files: your old ISO (renamed to NFSPROSTREET.mdf), and my NFSPROSTREET.mds.
    You then have to mount the small mds file - not the mdf.
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    Thanks, I will try this tomorrow.

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    I did what you said and it still doesn't work.
    This is what I did:

    - Make an ISO of the disc with Daemon Lite.
    - Download your MDS.
    - Put them in the same folder called "NFS ProStreet".
    - Put them on USB to my other PC (without disc drive).
    - Renamed the ISO to MDF.
    - Mounted your MDS in a SCSI drive with Daemon Lite.
    - Then clicked on "EASetup.exe" in the new disc drive.
    - After that nothing happens... I don't get the installation screen. Just nothing.

    What did I do wrong this time?

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    Why doesn't my previous reaction show up...?

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    Because the forums are moderated. Your post has to be approved first.
    Currently i am in hospital and the touchpad i am using is not exactly precise and can not be reseted or calibrated.
    Took me 10 minutes to write these few words.

    Maybe my MDS does not match your version.
    I have to stay here for at least another ten days, so feel free to additionally contact the official support team.
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    Alright, I will do that and let you know if I get it working.
    I hope you get better soon!!

    I sent an email to the support of Daemon Tools...
    They say I need to sak sush things on this forum.
    Last edited by Terramex : 26.11.2014 at 12:54

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    Tips to get it working are still welcome!

    I tried to do it myself a few times again.
    Without any success though...

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