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bfgp
03.09.2007, 09:06
This is my first use of DAEMON Tools so please forgive any 'newbie' ignorance I display.

I have installed the tool (DT v4.10) and it worked wonderfully to allow me to run a game without having to dig out the DVD everytime! (Virtual drive letter F:).

The slight problem is that my two real DVD writers (Drive letters D: and E:) work normally except if I try to burn a CD or DVD. This immediately causes the BSOD which seems to indicate that the wrong CDFS file system is corrupt.

I have not changed any of the default settings from those on installation, mainly because I don't understand what they do.

I uninstalled DT 4.10 but the problem remained.

I have reinstalled now, and things are just the same.

I would attach some files for clarification, but I can't seem to find the 'attach' button! (told I was new!).

Thanks for any help you may give.

Jito463
03.09.2007, 14:26
Check your C:\Windows\minidump directory for the latest minidump file and e-mail it to support@daemon-tools.cc and reference this thread.

bfgp
07.09.2007, 18:17
Did that, no reply yet.
Thanks

bfgp
23.09.2007, 09:39
This is my first use of DAEMON Tools so please forgive any 'newbie' ignorance I display.

I have installed the tool (DT v4.10) and it worked wonderfully to allow me to run a game without having to dig out the DVD everytime! (Virtual drive letter F:).

The slight problem is that my two real DVD writers (Drive letters D: and E:) work normally except if I try to burn a CD or DVD. This immediately causes the BSOD which seems to indicate that the wrong CDFS file system is corrupt.

I have not changed any of the default settings from those on installation, mainly because I don't understand what they do.

I uninstalled DT 4.10 but the problem remained.

I have reinstalled now, and things are just the same.

I would attach some files for clarification, but I can't seem to find the 'attach' button! (told I was new!).

Thanks for any help you may give.
Still no reply

MaLing
24.09.2007, 05:48
Just curious and may not be relevant:

Do you use Y.A.S.U and if you do what is the version of it?

Jito463
24.09.2007, 18:29
E-mail it to me at Jito463 (at) Gmail (dot) com. I'll check it for you then.

bfgp
29.09.2007, 08:45
Thanks MaLing, No I don't use YASU (however, since I don't know what it is I could be wrong)

bfgp
29.09.2007, 08:49
Just sent it now. Thanks very much for your efforts

Jito463
29.09.2007, 13:41
According to WinDbg (the Windows Debugger from MS):

Probably caused by : Dvd43.sys

mastermind
29.09.2007, 18:08
According to WinDbg (the Windows Debugger from MS):
Probably caused by : Dvd43.sys
I recognize that driver name. It's part of some DVD region tweaking apps (which I will not discuss in further detail, because I suspect that it may include some functionality violating the copyright laws of some countries).

@bfgp: If you haven't done so already, try the following:
1) Rename the file %windir%\system32\drivers\dvd43.sys to for example dvd43.sys.bak. (%windir% represents your Windows installation folder - typically C:\WINDOWS on Windows XP).
2) After having renamed the file, reboot your computer.
3) Try burning a disc.

Copytrooper
29.09.2007, 18:26
Actually this reply was sent to you on September, 3rd:
"Crash was caused by infamous dvd43 application - update or remove it, then try again."