i dont know what i did but i was trying to mount an ISO and i was messin with it and ended up not having my cd-rom drive or my cd burner in my computer. i tried uninstalling and reinstalling both daemon tools, and the drives, with no progress. i tried system restore and it didnt do anything. please someone tell me what ive done wrong and how to fix it
sorry itsjust at the time i was quite mad and wanted it fixed as fast as possible.... im running xp, my burning program is hp cd writer. i dont have easy cd creator. any idea whats wrong or do u need more info?
OK I checked through the MS Knowledgebase and it did NOT help me resolve these SAME issues. First; my system specs:
ASUS P3V4X mobo,
Windows XP Pro; no SP1 installed.
2 internal hdds,
2 external hdds,
Acer DVD-ROM 16x40 drive,
TDK 16x10x40 CD-RW,
SB Audigy Platinum w/IEEE 1394 sound card,
3D Prophet II Ultra 64mb vid card
I have used older versions of Daemon Tools with NO problems for quite some time. After upgrading to the 3.26 version, shortly after is when these issues occurred, and as of Tuesday night; 12-17-02, my CD-RW, DVD-Rom, SB Audigy card ALL do not load up on bootup. I HAVE tried uninstalling the devices, rebooting, and allowing WinXP to try to reinstall them. I even tried uninstalling the actual hardware from inside the system, rebooting to allow the registry to clear those devices, then shutting down, reinstalling the hardware, and booting up again. NOTHING WORKED. The device drivers have been corrupted somehow due to Daemon Tools. This is the error they all show in Device Manager when I access the properties of each of these devices:
Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39)
Click Troubleshoot to start the troubleshooter for this device.
Nothing on MS's site has helped, and I have looked through a crapload of threads here and NO suggestions have resolved this issue. I'd like to NOT have to reformat my C:\ drive to resolve this issue. So if anyone has an additional suggestions to resolve these major problems, I'd be extremely appreciative for them.