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Thread: Unable to set new drive letter under Vista

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    Mystique's answer should fix that .... but for me, it couldnt find any relevant drivers in the system folders ....

    I pointed to the XP CD, and it found the drivers there ... sorted !!

  2. #12

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianboyle
    Mystique's answer should fix that .... but for me, it couldnt find any relevant drivers in the system folders ....

    I pointed to the XP CD, and it found the drivers there ... sorted !!
    Windows cant find drivers , but he cannot find on the Windows CD And in windows/inf windows dont found drivers

    Can Someone upload a driver plz.

    Quote Originally Posted by CiSSeL
    ok i found the problem...
    if u have dt 3.47 DO NOT REMOVE IT.
    Klick on the DT4 Exe and a window apeer asking u if
    u wont to uppgrade to dt4.0 press yes.
    Restart PC and shazam everything is in order
    I had installed 3.47 , but he crashed (service.exe had 5 minutes 99% CPU Usage ). After restart Daemon v4 was installed , but i cannot use it

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    Sry 4 post twice but i found a answer at http://forum.daemon-tools.cc/f19/vir...e-manager-2609

    Just install manual from c:\windos\service the cdrom.inf and cdrom.sys and its work

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    I have tried the solutions here (and in the other threads), but when I go to manually install drivers, it finds the driver to install, then just keeps claiming its installing it (i've let it sit for hours). When the computer is idle, 1 thread of services.exe (umpnpmgr.dll) shoots up to 100% cpu usage. If I try to manually install the drivers then a thread of mmc.exe does the same. Any ideas?
    Last edited by SCVirus : 02.02.2006 at 03:59

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    Ausrufezeichen

    I have the same problem. I am running Windows Vista RC1 x64 and Daemon Tools 4.0.6 x64. When I try to set letter for my virtual drive, I get: "Unable to set new driver letter"

  6. #16

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    Guys after installing 'DAEMON Tools 4.0.8 X86' on 'Windows Vista RTM' you need go to 'Device Manager' and update the device driver for the 'SCSI CDrom Drive'. The driver you need can be found in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\cdrom.sys. This works and I am using it without any problems.

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    Hey, had the same problem with the drive letters too (Windows XP), looked it up on google and found a solution for it. Don't know if you still need it, but it worked really great for me, so here it is.
    -----------------------------------------------------
    Anyway I have resolve the issue:
    To resolve this behavior, follow these steps:
    Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe).
    Locate the UpperFilters value under the following key in the registry:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\Class\{4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
    On the Edit menu, click Delete, and then click OK.
    Locate the LowerFilters value under the same key in the registry:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\Class\{4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
    On the Edit menu, click Delete, and then click OK.
    ---------------------------------------------------
    This was written to someone who had problems with it's real CD-romplayers, and not virtual, but concidering it worked for me, it should work for you too. Good luck.

  8. #18

    Daumen hoch thanks

    THANK YOU very much abdulhakim01!
    I had the same problem: i installed Daemon Tools 4.0.8 x86 on Vista RTM (6.0) x86, and I could not set the drive letter. Also, after installing DT, the dvd-rom letter did dissapear, but came back after 1st restart (I have asus dvd-rom and pioneer dvd-rw), but still no drive letter for DT virtual drive. After updating the device driver for scsi cdrom drive from device manager everything works just perfect!
    Thanks again for your post, I was lost without Daemon Tools!

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    Well my problem is I am not ru nning vista...just xp64 pro... When I go into the systems32/driver folder it wont let me select ok for Driver update. Just says cancel....So I am still in a Rut. Also, I dont see SCSI CD ROM. All have is DVD/CD-ROM Drives with my BENQ DVD and MRP425s with Exclamations on them.... Any other ideas are greatly appreciated...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystique View Post
    Goto Device Manager and oben CD/DBVD-Rom and install manually the Drivers from x:\Windows\inf and the problem should be solved with Drive letters.
    Otherwise more Infos plz, PC Configuration eg which Windows etc.
    Hi
    my original question written for another forum before I discovered these forums is posted in quotes below. Also quoted above is what is said to be the solution, however I cannot carry all that out. I can find DVD/CD-ROM inside device manager where it has a good driver which makes it work for other purposes than "Daemon tools" . That installing it manually stuff doesn't make sense to me. How do you install it manually? Any answer to this question or my question as originally written below would be greatly greatly appreciated!
    [/quote]
    "Daemon tools" drive letter configuration problem?
    Hi
    on another thread somebody recommended to me to use this software, which is free for noncommercial use, called "Daemon tools." Having downloaded it and looked it over it seems like it should be great software if only I could get it configured. The software is said to have the capability of letting you make a backup copy of your DVDs in spite of the fact that DVDs are usually copy protected in a way which will not permit you to make backup copies.
    My configuration problem with my copy of "Daemon tools" is I cannot configure it to recognize my DVD drive which is presently designated drive letter E on my computer. I have tried doing what "Daemon tools" recommends to change drive letters by going to "set device parameters" on one of the "Daemon tools" menu's. This yields a dialog box which only gives me the possibilities of changing the drive letter to F through Z but not E. I have tried reinstalling "Daemon tools" which did not alleviate this problem. I have also tryed to chang the designation of my drive letter in Windows XP however I do not know how to log in to my computer as an administrator. I stopped logging in to my computer almost as soon as I bought it and no longer know how to log into it as an administrator if ever I could. So I would really appreciate it if someone here could tell me how to fix my dilemma and get "Daemon tools" to work successfully with my computer.
    I would consider using an alternative program that does the same thing as "Daemon tools", however free use is a very attractive price. So please tell me if there is an alterative programs someone here has used that works just as well or nearly as well.
    Very sincerely
    BBMiller

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