Virtual CloneDrive Reviews

No cuesheet support

about Virtual CloneDrive and DAEMON Tools · · Helpful Not helpful

This seemed like a promising alternative to DAEMON Tools Lite. It feels cleaner, is less cluttered, doesn't contain malware, and uses less memory. I've been using it for a while, until I had to deal with multi-track images again, and had to find out that Virtual CloneDrive does support neither CUE files, nor the MDS/MDF formats. This severely limits its use for me, and I have to look for an alternative again…

Reply
about Virtual CloneDrive · · Helpful Not helpful

Best alternative to Daemon-Tools - free for commercial use (unlike Daemon-Tools)

Reply

Absolute junk

about Virtual CloneDrive · · Helpful Not helpful

This program is absolute junk I don't know how anyone uses it. You can't even do anything. I installed this program, and then clicked on the icon where it has 3 tabs, and you have the first tab that says options like how many drives and auto mount last image and stuff like that, another tab for languages and another for info which tells you which version you have installed. After you click ok, thats it, NOTHING happens, it just closes the window and that is that.You can't do a damn thing. I also clicked on the image in the system tray. Also nothing there is two options, settings and help. and the clicking the settings gives you the same crap as clicking on the item on the desktop and it does the same thing you say ok and then it closes and then nothing happens, this program is absolute CRAP.

This man is confused. In the 'Settings" you can choose the NUMBER OF VIRTUAL DRIVES. If you set it to 'Disabled' then the tray icon will lead you back to settings, of course. But if you set it to 1 or more, then when you right-click the Tray Icon, it will say MOUNT followed by the option of the Virtual Drive Letter of your choice. Gordon must not have set the Drive number and left it disabled so there was no 'drive' to mount the .iso (whatever) to.

Also, for the safety of your computer, do not set it to the highest amount without first easing up to it. If you go from zero virtual drives to the highest number, your computer will crash, and you will have to restart it in safe mode, remove the drivers for each individual virtual drive, uninstall Virtual Clonedrive, and then restart your computer in normal mode, and then reinstall Virtual Clonedrive. It is a painful process to have to go through, so, do yourself a favor and don't overload your computer with the maximum amount of virtual drives, which you probably don't even need.

Reply

No problems

about Virtual CloneDrive · · Helpful Not helpful

This program mounts ISO files perfectly. Never had a problem.

Reply

Works much better than DT

about Virtual CloneDrive · · Helpful Not helpful

I'm guessing this has improved greatly since the last comments here, since I've never had a problem with it, and works much better than DT in my opinion

Reply

MagicDisk is better

about Virtual CloneDrive · · Helpful Not helpful

I used this before and it never really worked for me. MagicDisk worked better for what I was doing. I never could get this program to mount the ISOs correctly.

Reply
about Virtual CloneDrive · · Helpful Not helpful

Clonedrive is a great alternative to Daemon Tools. Works in Win 7 also ..

Reply