First post, by red_avatar
I'm currently using my Pentium 3 (Windows 98) a lot and have a huge pile of games (originals) I want to play. Annoyingly, CD/DVD drives of the time are extremely loud and since many games around 2000 do not fully install (hard drives were not quite big enough for that yet), there's constant CD access which is loud as hell.
So my solution is to use Daemon Tools 3.47. I found quite a few images of the games online but the ones I can't find, I'd like to create myself. Easier said than done, however, because ripping CDs under Windows 10 with modern software produces images that Daemon Tools 3.47 can't even read under Windows 98.
So does anyone know software that can defeat older copy protection while also working on Daemon Tools 3.47?
Retro game fanatic.
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