How do I register LDT?
LDT is very easy to register, simply purchase
a license from us on our order page, and you will receive a license code. To
enter your license information, simply boot the LDT disk and select Enter
license. LDT stores the license on the disk so you will not need to enter it
again. If you are not prompted to enter a license when LDT starts, this could
be because LDT is unable to write to the disk. This can happen if the disk you
are using is write protected, or if the LDT disk has been burned onto a
CD-ROM. To correct this, make sure LDT is running on a disk that it can write
Can I boot LDT from CD-ROM?
Yes, but you must create a LDT disk first.
Once the LDT disk is created, boot it, and enter your license. Once your
license is entered, you can easily make a bootable CD-ROM from it using most
CD burning software.
What type of mice does it support?
It supports only PS/2 style mice. If your
BIOS has PS/2 emulation for USB mice, your USB mouse may also work. It is
unlikely that serial, non BIOS emulated USB, and other mice will work. In the
event that you are using an unsupported mouse, all functions can be controlled
by the keyboard.
Does it support BIOS disk translation
No, it does not. This is software like the
OnTrack Disk Manager (and there are others) that installs itself in the MBR
and loads code to access a larger drive than the BIOS is capable of. The
problem with BIOS disk translation software is that it creates an incompatible
environment for these reasons. (1) It remaps the drive so that the sectors are
not in the correct places, LBA 0 is NOT LBA 0 on a drive with this software
installed. (2) Booting any other way but from the hard drive results in not
loading the disk translation software, which results in corrupted access to
the drive. (3) It is prone to problems in which is becomes corrupted and the
users entire drive becomes inaccessble. (4) It is NOT a compatible way to fix
the issue, a newer BIOS is proper way to solve the issue.