News ImgDrive 2.1.8 released

ImgDrive 2.1.8 released

2024-05-29
  ImgDrive 2.1.8 (2024-05-29) ImgDrive 1.8.8.7 (2024-05-29)
Supported Operating Systems Windows 7, 10, 11 Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 7, 8
Driver Version 2.1.8 1.7.0
Download Installer ImgDrive_2.1.8.exe
ImgDrive_2.1.8_x64.exe
ImgDrive_2.1.8_x86.exe
ImgDrive_2.1.8_arm64.exe
ImgDrive_1.8.8.7.exe
ImgDrive_1.8.8.7_x64.exe
ImgDrive_1.8.8.7_x86.exe
Download ImgDrive Portable ImgDrive_2.1.8_Portable.zip N/A
Download ImgDrive Lite ImgDriveLite_2.1.8.exe
ImgDriveLite_2.1.8_x64.exe
ImgDriveLite_2.1.8_x86.exe
ImgDriveLite_2.1.8_arm64.exe
ImgDriveLite_1.8.8.7.exe
ImgDriveLite_1.8.8.7_x64.exe
ImgDriveLite_1.8.8.7_x86.exe
Download ImgDrive Cmd ImgDriveCmd_2.1.8.exe
ImgDriveCmd_2.1.8_x64.exe
ImgDriveCmd_2.1.8_x86.exe
ImgDriveCmd_2.1.8_arm64.exe
ImgDriveCmd_1.8.8.7.exe
ImgDriveCmd_1.8.8.7_x64.exe
ImgDriveCmd_1.8.8.7_x86.exe
Changelog
Version 2.1.8 2024-05-29
  Improved emulate Blu-ray drive with AACS-Auth
  Improved shown in yellow font if AACS-Auth isn't current
  Updated kernel driver version to 2.1.8

User reported a issue in our support page #515 :

"Yubsoft ImgDrive SCSI CdRom Device" loaded standard ISO-Movie-Image from a DVD are generally declared as copyprotected
by application "NERO Recode" and aborts importing for editing, of course IT IS NOT.
For example using "gBurner Virtual Drive" with same image there is no such message, and import works well.
Maybe you could verify this issue.

Today we successfully installed Nero Recode, and reproduced this issue. After checked the SCSI command that Nero Recode invoked, we found the reason: caused by incorrectly handle the current bit of 0x010D AACS feature.

And we updated feature page to indicate whether AACS feature is current: