Alcohol 52%

Alcohol Software - ( Non-Commercial Freeware)

To avoid damaging the CD or DVD due to the intensive use, Alcohol 52% creates virtual copies of CDs to run on an equally virtual drive.

Alcohol 52% is a free software that can create virtual copies of CDs to run on an equally virtual drive, which eliminates the need to systematically insert a CD to run a particular software or speeds up load times.

The interface is primarily based on a side panel in Windows XP, to create images from a physical disc and virtual drives to mount. The software manages the creation of 6 different units and it can handle up to 31 players simultaneously.

The application supports a variety of formats: CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, CD-ROM, Video CD, Multi-session, etc. Audio discs are also supported.

Virtual drives also offer a faster reading speed. They can reach a velocity of 200X , knowing that the real materials are usually 48X.

Alcohol 52%
File Size:
726.5 KB
Windows (All Versions)
Non-Commercial Freeware
Date Added:
21 Apr 2015
Alcohol Software
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# Fixes:
- SSE2 necessary issue. in Virtual drive engine, Alcohol.exe and AxShlExHlper will not crash any more if your CPU does not support SSE2 or newer command set.
- AxCmd shows no message if help file does not exist.
- AxCmd mounting/unmounting issue while using drive letter not number id of v-drive.
- Minor bugs.


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