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    DaeMount 1.2

    Release Date: October 6, 2020

    DaeMount is a "shell" front-end for Daemon Tools 2.3 and above. It lets you mount a disk image (CUE/BIN, ISO, CCD) by double-clicking on the file icon. If more than a virtual cd-rom is enabled, it lets you select where to mount the image.

    Download: DaeMount 1.2 (31KB)

    Previous version: DaeMount 1.0f (22KB) DaeMount 1.0g (30KB)

    Requires DAEMON Tools:
    Daemon Tools is the unique virtual CD-ROM that let you play PSX games with the VGS and Bleem directly from your hard disk without have to burn a CD. Supports (CDRWin's CUE+BIN, ISO Images and CloneCD's images). It's very useful to save batteries on your laptop and for use with other standard Windows applications. If you're using Windows 95, it's required the USB support file.

    Download: Daemon Tools 2.3 (137KB)
    Download: Windows 95 OSR 2.1 USB Support (951KB)

    Older versions: v1.5 (116KB) v2.0 (130KB) v2.2 (135KB) v2.21 (132KB)

    Other Related files:
    Daemon 2.2 Easy Mount Patch** (1KB) (Modified by thew0lf)
    Daemon 2.0 Easy Mount Patch** (1KB)
    Daemon Tools Last Drive Letter Patch (1KB)
    CDI to ISO CDIRip 0.3 (32KB)

    **Don't use the Easy Mount Patches if you are using DaeMount.

    How to Install DaeMount:
    Place the DaeMount.exe in your Windows directory
    Place daemount.ini in the Windows directory
    Run daemount.exe

    DaeMount Features?
    The registry patch adds to the following functions to the right-click menu of CUE, ISO and CCD files:
    - Mount (By default in device 0 if only one device and GUI is not shown)
    - Unmount (By default device 0)
    - Edit (Edit CUE file with Notepad)
    - Executes VGS automatically if mounting a PSX image.

    What's new in 1.2?
    - Added support for mounting BlindWrite images. To be supported in Daemon 2.3 and above.
    - Scripting capabilities (check the readme.txt & daemount.ini for additional info).

    What's new in 1.0g?
    - New GUI look.
    - Auto-create missing CUE files.

    What's new in 1.0f?
    - Mount images by drag & drop the file over the device button.
    - Auto-install registry settings if daemount.reg is not applied.
    - Fix auto-detection of VGS if vgs.exe path was uppercase.

    What's new in 1.0e?
    - Place daemount.ini in the Windows directory to execute a list of applications after you mount a PSX image. For instance: PEC, VGSJoy, VGS or Bleem

    What's new in 1.0d?
    - Changes for Win2K

    What's new in 1.0c?
    - Changed Right click to device menu
    - Shift+Click = Open device with Windows Explorer
    - Ctrl+Click = Unmount device
    - Added Mount as and Mount without close DaeMount
    - Read device count from System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Daemon\Parameters on NT/2000.
    - Try to mount a device already mounted opens the Windows Explorer.
    - Use F5 to refresh devices

    What's new in 1.0b?
    - Readme.txt, daemount.reg
    - Double click on the device button to mount the image
    - Right click on the device button to unmount it

    What's new in 1.0a?
    - Tooltip that shows current mounted image in each device.
    - Mounted images are shown in white / unmounted in gray.