Lismore Software Systems has released an update for Blue Label PowerEmulator, bringing it to version 1.7.2. BLPE is an emulator designed for running PC apps on a Mac. The update fixes IDE controller issues and other bugs. According to Lismore Software Systems:
Today Lismore Software Systems released maintenance Components Update 1.7.2 for its Blue Label PowerEmulator (BLPE).
Blue Label PowerEmulator is a program that allows Macintosh users to run PC applications on their computers. You will start to discover the entire PC software world as soon as you install BLPE with any popular PC operating system (DOS, Windows 95/98/NT, Linux etc.).
The following fixes are made in new BLPE 1.7.2:
- IDE Controller issues, such as "not recognized media" which were observed on the latest Macs, especially eMacs
- iAdjust screen resolutioni function works correctly now on the latest Macs, especially eMacs
- Improved support for third-party mice and keyboards
- Time synchronization error in Mac OS
You can find more information about the Blue Label PowerEmulator update at the Lismore Software Systems Web site. The update is free for registered users, while the full version of Blue Label PowerEmulator is available for US$35.00.