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Alcohol 52% & 120%

Posted on Friday, November 03 2006 @ 00:30:54 CET by LSDsmurf

  • SPTD driver version 1.35.
  • Full Windows Vista RC2 (Build 5744) compatibility 32Bit and 64Bit editions.
  • RMPS V2, a totally
  • generation of our RMPS feature
  • Option to install Alcohol with or without Virtual drive function.
  • EWSS (Enhanced Weak Sector Scanner).
  • Shell Context Menu support in all x64 platforms. (XP, Windows Server 2003 and Vista RC2).
  • Shell Context Menu to sort drive list by drive letter, and single menu item when only one virtual drive is installed.
  • Alcohols Sector Viewer in CD/DVD Manager, now provides more detailed information for DVD.
  • Alcohol data type profiles.
  • "Ignore Media Type" Function; to include DVD media.
  • Alcohols help files
  • Language Translations
  • Alcohols Virtual Drive engine.
  • Alcohols write engine
  • Alcohols read engine
  • Added support for more devices, you can find more detailed information on our development page.
  • Missing installed device drivers list in Alcohols system report for X64 platforms.
  • "Invalid User Buffer." Error, that affected some systems.
  • Minor bugs reported by users.
  • Problem related to U3 USB if RMPS function was active
  • Problem related to Acronis True Image issue
  • Problem related to Mac Drive issue

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