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Dongle Emulator Windows 8 X64 55


Dongle Emulator Windows 8 X64 55: How to Install and Use




A dongle emulator is a software tool that allows you to use a virtual copy of a hardware dongle instead of the physical one. This can be useful for backup purposes, testing, or running multiple applications that require the same dongle. In this article, we will show you how to install and use a dongle emulator for Windows 8 x64 55, which is a popular operating system version for many users.


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What is a dongle?




A dongle is a small device that plugs into a USB port or a parallel port of a computer and provides an authentication or licensing mechanism for a software application. Dongles are often used by software developers to protect their products from piracy or unauthorized use. Some examples of dongles are HASP, Hardlock, Guardant, Sentinel, Eutron SmartKey, Rockey, Dinkey, and GV-Series USB Protector.


What is a dongle emulator?




A dongle emulator is a software tool that creates a virtual copy of a hardware dongle and allows you to use it without the physical device. A dongle emulator can be used for various purposes, such as:



  • Backup: You can create a backup of your dongle in case it gets lost, stolen, or damaged.



  • Testing: You can test your software application with different dongles without having to buy or borrow them.



  • Multiple applications: You can run multiple applications that require the same dongle on the same computer or on different computers.




However, you should be aware that using a dongle emulator may violate the terms and conditions of the software license agreement and may be considered illegal in some jurisdictions. Therefore, you should only use a dongle emulator if you are a licensed user of the software and you have a legitimate reason to do so.


How to install a dongle emulator for Windows 8 x64 55?




There are many dongle emulators available on the internet, but not all of them are compatible with Windows 8 x64 55. One of the most reliable and easy-to-use dongle emulators for this operating system is DongleBackup PRO, which supports most of the common dongles and has a user-friendly interface. Here are the steps to install DongleBackup PRO on Windows 8 x64 55:



  • Download DongleBackup PRO from its official website and extract the zip file to a folder on your computer.



  • Disable User Account Control (UAC) by going to Control Panel > User Accounts > Change User Account Control settings and moving the slider to the lowest level.



  • Enable permanent Test Mode which allows you to install test-signed drivers in your system. Run Command Prompt as administrator and type the following commands: "bcdedit -set TESTSIGNING ON" and "bcdedit -set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS".



  • Reboot your computer and you will see "Test Mode" watermark at the bottom right corner of your desktop.



  • Install the emulator driver by right-clicking on install.bat file in the extracted folder and choosing "Run as administrator". The driver will be successfully installed and you will see a confirmation message.



  • Reboot your computer again and the driver will be fully working.




How to use a dongle emulator for Windows 8 x64 55?




After installing the dongle emulator driver, you can use DongleBackup PRO to create and use virtual dongles. Here are the steps to do so:



  • Plug in your physical dongle to your computer and run DongleBackup PRO as administrator.



  • Select your dongle type from the list and click "Read Dongle" button. The program will read the information from your dongle and save it as a .dng file in the same folder.



  • Unplug your physical dongle from your computer and click "Load Dongle" button. The program will load the .dng file and create a virtual dongle in your system.



  • You can now run your software application that requires the dongle and it will work as if the physical dongle was present.



  • You can also use the "Emulate Dongle" button to create a virtual dongle without reading a physical dongle. This option is useful for testing purposes or for running multiple applications that require the same dongle.




You can watch a video tutorial on how to install and use DongleBackup PRO on Windows 8 x64 55 [here].


Conclusion




A dongle emulator is a software tool that allows you to use a virtual copy of a hardware dongle instead of the physical one. This can be useful for backup, testing, or running multiple applications that require the same dongle. In this article, we showed you how to install and use a dongle emulator for Windows 8 x64 55, which is a popular operating system version for many users. We used DongleBackup PRO as an example of a reliable and easy-to-use dongle emulator that supports most of the common dongles. However, you should be careful when using a dongle emulator and only do so if you are a licensed user of the software and you have a legitimate reason to do so.


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