More than 8 Drives?

Discussion in 'Virtual CloneDrive' started by SuperMappy, Jan 28, 2007.

  1. SuperMappy

    SuperMappy New Member

    I know it sounds crazy, but when my children visit me they like playing the kids games I have gotten for them. To save my sanity and keep from changing the CD every five mins, I used CloneCD to create images of the CDs and I use Virtual CloneDrive to simulate the CDs. 8 CDs is a great help, but is there anyway to increase the number?
  2. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    No, and in my opinion it isn't useful at all. Create shortcuts to the image files, if you double-click them, CloneDrive mounts them. There should be no use to have more than 2 CloneDrives running.
  3. lantern

    lantern New Member

    I usually use 3 clone drives. I am usually pretty lazy and save my DVD backups for all at once. Well, not really all, but I usually wait until I have 3 or 4 new discs and then rip them to the HD for backup. I have not run into any problems. What issues could there be?
  4. NordicRX8

    NordicRX8 Member

    Awesome info! I'm so glad this forum is available!

    To the OP: for each letter reserved for a drive (virtual or not), Windows uses system resources to maintain that drive. Similar to having a million (big exageration) icons on the desktop... each icon that needs to be displayed takes up system resources.

    Just so you have the option, and not that I'm saying it's a better product... but there is a similar program to Slysoft's CLONEDRIVE, its called VIRTUALDRIVE (made by Farstone), and it doesn't have a limit to the amount of "virtual" drives you can create.