Problem with persistant virtual drive A120%

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  1. f3x

    f3x Registered Member

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    Hi, i was using the demo of alcohol 120%. For this reason i do not think i am elligible on their forum.

    I've setup three virtual drive and loaded some iso images on them.
    Everythings went perfect until someday i end up with 6 vitual drives.
    I checked the alcohol setting ... Only three where set.
    More strange even ... those three drive are show in the "physical" drives .. not virtual.

    I've set the setting back to 0 virtual drive / reboot.
    Uninstall A120% / reboot
    Rinstall A120% / reboot

    Everything i tryed they are alwais there.

    System>Hardware>
    Uninstall driver of those drive -> they disapear ! yes
    Next reboot they are still there.

    Anyone hads this issue or know how to deal with it ?
     
  2. Alphalutra1

    Alphalutra1 Registered Member

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    Unistalling A120 should help :D ;) , but sorry I can't help you on your problem.

    If you don't want to spend the money after your trial, daemon-tools combined with burnatounce will be a free solution to it, it's what I did.

    Good luck,

    Alphalutra1
     
  3. f3x

    f3x Registered Member

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    This is already something i did ....
    It somehow surprised me that the driver stay after that ...

    Even if I unsinstall A120, then the drives works.. I uninstall the driver and then ... HwPnP (Hardware plug and play) reinstall the driver ...
    Look like i have some registry and file to hunt

    [edit] Oh well... i did not wanted to do that but deleting some remains of A120% in sys32/drivers did the trick .. case closed
     
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