I recently downloaded Daemon Tools in an attempt to mount a ISO file. When I tried to do this, I could not find a way to mount my ISO. I went to to the virtual devices menu in the disc tray but the only option was to "Add SCSI Virtual Device". There were no virtual drives already created. I tried to add a "SCSI Virtual Device" but Windows asked me immediately for the drivers for the new hardware. I searched both automatically and manually but to no avail.
After trying to mount several other ways, such as clicking on the ISO file itself (unsuccessful) and using the add device key in the program (unsuccessful), I finally tried re installing and rebooting and attempting these things again, Daemon Tools gave me a message something along the lines of "All virtual Drivers are full". At this point I was pretty annoyed so I tried using several other ISO mounters including WinCDEmu and Alcohol 52, but they were even less successful.
I eventually uninstalled all these and redownloaded Daemon Tools to try again, yet it still will not mount my ISO. I looked through the forums here but I could not find anything to solve my problem, so I decided to post here. It may be some interference with another program on my computer, as this computer seems somewhat mixed up to me in that way. Any help would be appreciated. Thank You!
Specs : ASUS Notebook 50IJ - Pentium Dual Core T4200 2.00 GHZ - 3.00 GB Memory - Windows Vista SP2 Hope Premium (x64) OS