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CloneCD 5.0.2.1 beats SafeDisc 3

Written by Lasse Penttinen @ 19 Sep 2004 4:55 User comments (2)

CloneCD 5.0.2.1 beats SafeDisc 3 The CloneCD software was updated a couple of days ago, brining yet another bunch of exciting improvements. On top of the list of course is the SafeDisc 3 support, for CDs and DVDs as well. The support for the popular NEC drives have been added, and the use of .ISO images for DVDs can be a useful compatibility addition as well.
CloneCD 5.0.2.1:

  • New: Workaround for SafeDisc 3 blacklisting
  • New: Can now emulate SafeDisc 3 weak sectors
  • New: Can now copy SafeDisc 3 protected DVDs
  • New: Can now copy SafeDisc 3 protected CDs
  • New: DVDs can now be saved as .iso files
  • New: Silent Mode for installer (option /S)
  • New: NEC (and compatible) DVD Writers will now write DVD+R Dual Layer with booktype set to DVD-ROM
  • New: Added DVD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW to "Hide CDR-Media"
  • Fix: Single drive DVD copy
  • Fix: Write Speed setting for DVD media
  • Change: no longer accepts elby keycodes elby Customers may contact SlySoft support for a special upgrade offer
  • Change: Removed "About" Sound
  • Change: "Hide CDR Media" is now switched off by default
  • Some minor fixes and improvements
  • Updated languages


  • More info & download from Slysoft.com or our download page.

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    2 user comments

    119.9.2004 10:40

    Bye bye SafeDisc 3! This shows almost anything can be cracked. "Where there's a will, there's a way"

    221.9.2004 17:14
    OzMick
    Inactive

    Shhhh... I think I hear a big pile of cash burning, cos that is what they might as well have just done with it all. I appreciate that the concept that copy protection is keeping people in jobs, but if they quit wasting so much and offered their product at more reasonable prices, perhaps people might be more willing to buy legitimate copies, and the rest of us wouldn't suffer for being unable to protect our investments. Come on, movies cost oodles and oodles of money to produce, but to buy a copy to own costs 1/4 of the price and is infinitely easier to copy... Go figure...

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