I guess it got deleted by a anti-virus programme but I have still some residu left on my machine. It looks that way, cd boot test is pretty reliable Thank you for being so kind. November 14th, , If you want to hjave another go and getting a copy of this then try scanning your CD with ARay Scanner to find out what copy protection is on it.
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So I am trying to find the driver, but without any luck How do you get rid of this thing.
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Only certain versions of certain copy protections will check for a virtual drive. Normally this happens automatically when you uninstall alcohol, unless at the uninstallation time you still had some image mounted.
To room viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Results 1 to 15 of 28 Thread: This is true to a certain degree. Page rm of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: It looks that way, cd boot test is pretty reliable When you got rid of it last time it should have taken everything away. You did set the Virtual Drive number to 0 in the options.
August 23rd, January 25th, But when I wan’t to remove this with “uninstall”, it doesn’t work.
If you can still see the device in My Computer then yes. July 31st, It isn’t showing anymore in Program Files Welcome to WD forums Merrin. All Alcohol drives will disappear.
Thank you for the quick reply. I have a 8 month old computer. So we’ve hopefully eliminated alcohol as a possible issue, but we never actually tested the unit – when you say ‘doesn’t work anymore’ – I need that spelling out All times are GMT You may have to register before you can post: Did you try deleting the registry keys as described? If you require more help on htis then please post the copy protection that is reported along with your CDRW dvx name.
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So I am trying to find the driver, but without any luck. Posts 13, Did you try deleting the registry keys as described? I uninstalled the Scsi thing and went into win.
Should I reinstall then uninstall again? Posts 13, Originally Posted by Merrin Same problem here I will go and read what I have to do on “class filter drivers” cheers. I remember installing a programme called alcohol Some of the products that appear on this site are xav companies from which QuinStreet receives compensation.
Posts 13, It looks that way, cd boot test is pretty reliable