Monday, January 7, 2008

Portable Alcohol 120% 1.9.7.6022 M.Lang

Alcohol 120% | 7,1 mb

Alcohol 120% is a powerful Windows CD and DVD burning software that makes it easy to create backups of DVDs* and CDs. In addition, the program lets you store your most used CDs as images on your computer, so you can call them up at the click of a button. Now includes Pre-Mastering function.

Home Users make backup copies of their game CDs and movie DVDs*, allowing the kids to treat multimedia disks roughly, without destroying their value.

Librarians and School Administrators use Alcohol 120% burning software to archive their institutions' collections of recordable media, protecting themselves against the daily wear and tear that damages discs.

Business users use Alcohol 120% burning software to make duplicate backup copies of software titles, ensuring that they will continue to have access to their licensed software, even if their physical CDs become damaged and unusable. With Alcohol 120% burning software, you no longer have to worry about CDs or DVDs* getting lost, stolen, or damaged. Duplicate discs work just like the originals, and your entire collection can be archived safely.



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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

you do understand you cannot make this software a portable as it needs services to run

So all the emulation options will be disabled and the emulation interfaces.

You do have some idea of how software works and you've made some kinda ok portables in your time but take the time to actually test and check applications before you make a mess of them.

yerdenizden said...

Alcohol 120% and some others like PowerISO, MagicISO etc. have an extra function normally that they create virtual CD-DVD writers. This needs to make serious changes in Windows so they mostly needs to restart the system at the set up process. For this extreme system integration necessity portables of this programs don't contain this function as far as I had seen up to now. But you can use all other functions. CD-DVD burning, copying, deleting, making images etc.

MIHMIH007 said...

Greetings yerdenizden thanks for the program. I from Russia. At me to you a question concerning the portable program.
How you have made that the error about that was closed that Alcohol cannot find the driver? That is necessary that to register in Thinsatll or you edited initial EXE a file?? In advance thanks

yerdenizden said...

Hello mihmih007. I used an Autoit exe
for it. It was an external exe for the reason that Thininstall doesn't run Autoit exes.

mihmih007 said...

I saw that at start Alcohol file Alc.197.exe which is started is on this way C:\Documents and Settings\Default User\Local Settings\Temp\cgxa22yTrd. Tell please and how you have received this file??
If not difficultly that lay out initial project Thinstall for studying.

mihmih007 said...

I saw that at start Alcohol file Alc.197.exe which is started is on this way C:\Documents and Settings\Default User\Local Settings\Temp\cgxa22yTrd. Tell please and how you have received this file??
If not difficultly that lay out initial project Thinstall for studying.

yerdenizden said...

Thininstall doesn't use certain temp
paths to work. You can make it with some other programs (for example Winrar). To use a certain temp folder is my choice. In that way it becomes possible to maintain some portables user defined settings on every run.
For example 'WarChess' extracts to a certain temp folder while working and
deletes all files when you close it
except it's ....ini file. With this file user can protect his/her settings for next run.

JOSH said...

I have downloaded this from this site, and uploaded it to a site that doesn't make you wait, limit your downloads and download speed. Here is the link to this download and others from this site.

Links,
http://drop.io/AllPortable
From PortableAppZ,
http://drop.io/PortableAppZ

Anonymous said...

Can i use iso file with this folder?

Anonymous said...

The purpose of alcohol 120 is for ripping games etc and writing them to disc.

Use daemon tools if u require drive mounting.

Also you could use virtual clone drive for mounting most images. link below

http://www.slysoft.com/en/virtual-clonedrive.html

Xali said...

YO thanks for making this man, alcohol is the best app for burning. it's the most reliable and everything; and I can google portable alcohol and find this really easily no matter where I happen to be. emulation isn't working but I guess that was the whole point since u bypass some things to make it work (I think).