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    Why does D-Tools 4 not support Windows 95/98/ME?
    (What the heck is up with the name? DAEMON TOOLS? Is this some kind of Satanic cult? Jesus is Lord!

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    There is no 9x/ME support because these obsolete OS would require a completely different driver.
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    DT 4 does not support WinME (or Win9x), but I believe that DT 3.47, which is still available, does.

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    Hi
    Daemon is nothing Satanic... Ok it might be to some copy protection developers....

    Have a look at Wikipedia:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daemon_...er_software%29

    It's a nice description of what a daemon is, regarding software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muffinhoo
    Why does D-Tools 4 not support Windows 95/98/ME?
    (What the heck is up with the name? DAEMON TOOLS? Is this some kind of Satanic cult? Jesus is Lord!
    Yes, this is a satanic cult and you're next to be sacrificed. For crying out loud, it's just a name. And it's not even "Demon" like you're making it out, it's "Daemon" (pronounced: Day-mun). Reminds me of a woman several years back when I worked for CompUSA. She refused to let her son buy a 3DFX Voodoo3 because of the name alone. People need to grow a thicker skin and lighten up.

    (For the record, I am a Christian)

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    Quote Originally Posted by muffinhoo
    Why does D-Tools 4 not support Windows 95/98/ME?
    (What the heck is up with the name? DAEMON TOOLS? Is this some kind of Satanic cult? Jesus is Lord!
    no, that would be if it was named Demon Tools, but it is not,

    I think it is pronounced a bit different, such as Day'Mon Tools.
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    Guys! Get a clue! Here's a little help! Daemon - Latin 1 A. an evil spirit B. a source or agent of evil, harm, distress, or ruin 2 an attendant power or spirit 3 A supernatural being of Greek mythologyntermediate between gods and men

    Did anyone here ever take Latin? Or go to school for that matter? What the Heck?

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    From Dictionary.com

    1. Chiefly British. Variant of demon.
    2. Variant of daimon.
    3. Computer Science. A program or process that sits idly in the background until it is invoked to perform its task
    In this case, Daemon is used in reference to number 3, the section in bold.

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    OK, we're getting off the original topic. Windows ME may be "obsolete", but in my case it is more stable, more efficient, faster, and less expensive than Windows XP. I don't get these *****s about "Malfunction Edition", etc. I totally hate XP and ME is the last good operating system that Microsoft has made (No activation required!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by muffinhoo
    OK, we're getting off the original topic. Windows ME may be "obsolete", but in my case it is more stable, more efficient, faster, and less expensive than Windows XP. I don't get these *****s about "Malfunction Edition", etc. I totally hate XP and ME is the last good operating system that Microsoft has made (No activation required!).
    Then I guess you have a weird PC. For most people, Windows ME is the most unstable OS ever made.

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