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DAEMON Tools V4.08 released

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we're proud to release a new DaemonTools version, V4.08

This version also includes a new SPTD (V1.37)

 

Changelog:

 

This new version supports silent setup now.

Example: daemon408-x86.exe /S /D=F:\Some Folder\

Note that no quotes must be used in installation path even if name has spaces.

All critical errros will be still displayed no matter silent or not.

Case of parameters is important, eg. /s will not work.

Reboot prompt will not be shown.

 

If SPTD was not present then it will be silently installed but

PC will not be rebooted - it is assumed the administrator who

performs unattended install will take care of reboot and restarts DT setup after reboot in this case.

 

It is best first to use standalone SPTD installer and install it silently this way:

 

sptdinst-x86.exe add /q

 

Note: SPTD 1.37 will not display debugger warning dialog anymore. They left this info in EULA only as this message confuses many users and also not "silent setup friendly".

Standalone SPTD 1.37 installer is released by Duplex Secure officially and can be obtained at their website http://www.duplexsecure.com

 

Also fixed:

 

alot of Installation problems (f.e. invalid device, prob 12 etc).

SPTD 1.37 fixes also problem reported with virtual drive from InterVideo DVD Copy 5

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ahh.. I'm still with my 3.29 =P

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4.01 here. I still haven't found a good enough reason to upgrade.

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4.00HE over here, but I'm not upgrading on this comp. On my new one, mebbe... :(

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4.01 here. I still haven't found a good enough reason to upgrade.

 

I had to uprade for the SPTD, older version interfered with Perfectdisk 8.0 on startup scans. Same thing with StyleXP, I have to disable it on startup. Device drivers loaded before the OS fully boots......SPTD fixed now though.

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