CDSpace is a software for reading CDs and running CD programs without a CD by creating a virtual CD-ROM drive
on the hard disk using software methods.
This emulator allows you to run CD-ROM applications from your hard drive or network server.
In your hard drive space, you can establish and access up to 23
different virtual CD-ROM drives.
It is a revolutionary program encompassing high-tech programming techniques that provides the
--functions of CDSpace by creating image files
of contents in CD-ROM titles (games, application
--programs, etc.) and storing them in the hard drive, and it can run programs faster (about 200 times
--faster) than those on conventional physical CD-ROM drives.
Supports Windows Vista(32bit), Me, 9x, xp, NT, 2000, 2003
Easy image creation mode
Password protection for each image file
Uses tray icons : CDSpace uses tray icon functions to run and create image.
Runs without a physical CD-ROM : Because CD-ROM performance is emulated in the hard drive,
--there is no need to insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
Multiple CD-ROM application programs can be run simultaneously:
--CDSpace can have up to 23 CD drives. Therefore, multiple CD-ROM applications are made possible.
--Try running several CD programs simultaneously with CDSpace.
100% Compatibility : CDSpace supports all types of CD-ROM application programs.
Replaces CD Array devices : CDSpace can completely replace costly CD Array devices.
Inserts or ejects the image file directly Windows Explorer or My computer.