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Thread: DT Lite 5.0.1.0407 Windows 10 Cannot Locate CD-ROM Error

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    Default DT Lite 5.0.1.0407 Windows 10 Cannot Locate CD-ROM Error

    Running Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 10041 Evaluation Copy mounted Command and Conquer Generals Mini Image and try to run game but gives cannot find
    CD-ROM error, this image works perfectly on Windows 7 and 8.1. (DT Lite) Tried mounting as Virtual drive and SCSI
    with same error. Tried changing drive letters with same problem. Any ideas? TIA.

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    Hi.

    Can you share with screenshot?
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    I hope this helps
    Thanks for the reply

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    Hello,

    Did you try reproduce the problem with latest DAEMON Tools Lite 10 ? - https://www.disc-soft.com/rus/products/dtLite
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPPORT1 View Post
    Hello,

    Did you try reproduce the problem with latest DAEMON Tools Lite 10 ? - https://www.disc-soft.com/rus/products/dtLite
    Not yet. Do I have to buy another copy or can I use my previously purchased licence ?

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    @ian.t.white
    Does the physical disc pass the check ?
    Maybe there's a general problem with the Safedisc copy protection in Windows 10.
    At least the Macrovision Security driver isn't present in Windows 10.

    P.S.: it should only work in a SCSI device - not in a DT device
    Last edited by Terramex : 01.06.2015 at 15:56
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    Update: only after i read about this Win Vista/7/8 update, i become aware of the fact that Windows 10 dropped Safedisc (& SecuROM) support

    One workaround for Win 10 is to sign a secdrv.sys of any NT 6.x OS with the Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider tool.
    Another is to start the secdrv service manually in an elevated command prompt every time you start a Safedisc title.
    Last edited by Terramex : 28.09.2015 at 10:54
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