MagicDisc 2.7 Build 106

MagicDisc is a very helpful utility designed for creating and managing virtual CD drives and CD/DVD discs. For anyone who deals with CD-based programs – it is a MUST. MagicDisc allows you to use almost all CD/DVD image without burning them onto CD or DVD in order to easily access your favorite games, music, or software programs ---- It works like a real CD/DVD-ROM: You can run programs, play games, or listen to music from your virtual CD-ROM. Allowing you to run your game images at over 200x faster than from a conventional CD/DVD-ROM. MagicDisc is a powerful utility that uses a unique combination of options to ensure a perfect back-up every time. At the office: Program discs and many other applications generally require the original disc to be in the computer's CD-ROM drive. This restricts the amount of people in your office who can have access to the same software at the same time without the cost of additional discs. MagicDisc virtual drives resolve that problem for you. No more hunting around the offices for that elusive disc you need to run your application, everything you require is just a click away.

Following is a list of all supported CD/DVD image file formats:

- BIN (CDRWin)
- IMA/IMG (Generic disk images)
- CIF (Easy CD Creator)
- NRG (Nero - Burning ROM)
- IMG/CCD (CloneCD)
- MDF/MDS (Fantom CD)
- VCD (Farstone Virtual Drive)
- VaporCD (Noum Vapor CDROM)
- P01/MD1/XA (Gear)
- VC4/000 (Virtual CD)
- VDI (Virtuo CD Manager)
- C2D (WinOnCD)
- BWI/BWT (BlinkWrite)
- CDI (DiscJuggler)
- TAO/DAO (Duplicator)
- PDI (Instant Copy)

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MagicDisc Settings

Latest version: 2.7 Build 106 (24 Feb 2009)
License: Freeware
System requirements: Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7
Download for Windows XP/2003/2008/Vista/7: setup_magicdisc106.exe (1.3 MB)
Download for Windows 98/ME/2000: setup_magicdisc105.exe (1.3 MB)

See also:
gBurner Virtual Drive
Virtual CloneDrive
DVDFab Virtual Drive
WinArchiver Virtual Drive

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