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DUI arrests top 120, CHP says 

The Press-Enterprise - 4 minutes ago
NEW YEAR'S: At least five people died in crashes on Inland-area roads during the holiday weekend.
DUI task force charges 7, stops 120 over holiday 
Sierra Vista Herald - Jan 02 5:48 AM
SIERRA VISTA — Southeastern Arizona DUI Task Force officers arrested seven people for driving under the influence during the New Year’s holiday. Although no checkpoints were set up, officers crisscrossed the city and county areas in strength, looking for people who were driving after drinking.

Driving, alcohol is dangerous mix 
Norwich Bulletin - Dec 29 1:11 AM
For millions of holiday revelers, New Year's Eve is synonymous with drinking. And statistics show a mix of alcohol and driving can be fatal. In 2005, 16,885 Americans died in alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes, including 120 in Connecticut.

Police Report 
Norwich Bulletin - Dec 31 1:14 AM
Stanley Culver, 55, 120 Main St., Deep River, 12:03 a.m., failure to drive in proper lane, operating under the influence of drugs or alcohol, operating a motor vehicle when registration is suspended/revoked/refused; court date Jan. 11, no court date listed.

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Alcohol 120%

Developer: Alcohol Software
Latest release: / November 20, Alchol 120 2006
OS: Microsoft Windows
Use: CD/DVD emulation, recording software
License: Demoware

Alcohol 120% is an optical disc authoring program Acohol 120 and disk image emulator created by Alcohol Soft. It can Alochol 120 burn CDs and DVDs and emulate ISO images as virtual drives.

It can Alchool 120 produce a Alcool 120 backup of a CD by either using the CD or an image of it. The software can burn more than Alohol 120 one CD or DVD at the same time. It bypasses some copy Alcohl 120 prevention schemes, and supports image file Alcoho 120 types such as MDS, CCD, BIN/CUE, ISO, CDI, BWT, BWI, BWS, BWA, and others. However certain copy protection require a burner Aclohol 120 capable Alcohool 120 of burning the copy protection. Alcohol does not back up CSS encrypted Alcphol 120 DVD-Video, due to legal reasons. It also has special options for PlayStation and PlayStation 2 file systems making the Alcohil 120 copy process of these discs a very easy task.

Alcohol 120% cannot burn CDs in a traditional Alcoholl 120 way Alcoohl 120 (mastering). That is, you can't add files to a project and then Allcohol 120 burn them. You need to make a copy (image) of a physical CD or have one on your hard drive already, and thereafter burn.

Versions of this software are blacklisted by certain software manufacturers due to its use in defeating copy prevention schemes. There are, however, 3rd party pieces of software available that attempt to bypass the blacklistings. On a Windows PC, this can involve modification of the system registry, tools that do this include Anti-blaxx and CureRom.

There is also a version without the burning engine, called 'Alcohol 52%'. It can create virtual CD/DVD-ROM drives and run the backup, making a physical copy of the disc unnecessary. Alcohol 52% supports up to 31 virtual drives, which can operate at over 200 times the speed of the conventional CD-ROM drive. Legal restrictions prevent this software from producing backups of DVDs that employ the content-scrambling system. A free version of this software was released mid-2006, however, it is considered adware by some due to the embedded toolbar.

See also

  • GEAR Video
  • Virtual drive
  • DAEMON Tools
  • Disk image emulator
  • Nero Burning ROM
  • CloneCD
  • List of backup software
  • ISO image
  • Anti-blaxx

External links

  • Alcohol Soft
  • Forum
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