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I don't understand how there can be much qualitative difference between bin files or iso files created by different software. They are either images or they aren't. Phantom CD works fine for me. Maybe I've overlooked something about the major competitor, but if the virtual freeware drive can read only the proprietary images created by purchasing additional software from the developers, I'll stick with Phantom. Phantom truly plays bin files as though they were CDs. For the price, I don't see how I could do any better.
update and install Windows drivers
Remote Desktop and Support Software
take and manage notes
advanced image scaling software
manage your iPod without iTunes
local and remote pc monitoring
recover data from damaged CD/DVD/BD