I just downloaded BlindWrite 188.8.131.52 and am on day 1 of my trial period. So far I've had zero success with the program. Maybe I'm missing something simple here?
I'm just trying to make an image file from a retail CD that contains software (not music!). When I run BW (in Read mode) it says it completes the operation successfully, and it creates two files on my hard drive. One has a BSI extension and is about the size I would expect. The other file has a BST extension and is only 1K.
When I try to mount the image using daemon-tools, first off it cannot find the file ... it says BlindWrite images should have a BWT extension. So do the other references to blindwrite images that I can find on on the web. Why is my copy of BW producing BWI and BWS files instead of BWT files?
I tried simply renaming the BSI extension to BWT ... but then daemon-tools says the image is corrupt and cannot mount it. I also tried using blindwrite to just burn the image to a CD. It seems to work, but then the CD has only one file on it.
What's happening here?
btw: the drive I'm using to read and write is a Sony DRU-500AX, firmware 2.0h. All my other hardware drivers and firmware are up to date, also. Daemon-tools is version 3.2.9 (a little old, but has been working fine for me for quite some time).
Thanks for your help.