EDIT: Update for Windows vista Users:
The very first time you run Daemon Tools, you need to go through the start menu, right-click on \"DAEMON Tools Pro\" and select \"run as Administrator\". You need to do that so it can create the first drive. Some users were having trouble with that, but it\'s Windows Vista, so I hope users are use to running apps as Administrator. It\'s annoying to need to right-click it just to run it, but hey ... it\'s security, right? *cough* :P
This is a re-release of my other Daemon Tools Pro Advanced torrent. The reason for this is that there are questions as to whether or not the patch contains malware. Normally patches modify code, so they are incorrectly identified most of the time. However, I cannot say for certain if the patch does contain malware or not, so I am releasing a new torrent with a crack that was released. This crack means that you need to do all the steps manually that the patch normally did for you, but you get the added bonus of supplying your own registration details (like email and Usernane).
Many users have mentioned errors with the patch, so it is advisable that you use the manual crack method anyways. Please read the info text file in the crack directory and follow the instructions to the letter. I need to add something: Reboot into safe mode if you cannot move the files.
So, the Patch is no longer in this torrent. I am sorry for all the confusion and mix up it has caused. I hope I can make it up to you by re-releasing the cracked version.
If you are having any further troubles, please post and someone will try to help you and I will update this post with information, like with the Windows Vista info above.
EDIT: For \"The Witcher\":
I will make the assumption that you all own the disk and want to make a back up of it, which is the smartest thing in the world to do for any disk, actually. \"The Witcher\" is working for me with the very latest Alcohol 52%, since I own it, I get the latest. I also got it working with Daemon Tools Pro Advance (this program). To do so, you need to delete the default drive it created, and then navigate to finding \"Add IDE Drive\" ( I forget where it is, atm). The IDE drive works with it. Now you can use a backed up copy of \"The Witcher\" and keep the original disk safe. There is also a mini-image floating around that supposed works and uses less hard drive space. \"The Witcher\" can only be read to an Image because it uses the \"Tages\" mastering system, which cannot be written by any home DVD/CD burner. Only images will contain all the info, so it cannot be written. Now you know. \"Tages\" is so far impossible to crack do to the nature of it, so don\'t hold your breath for a crack. In fact, count on the fact that there never will be one. ;)