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i4u1
25.01.2011, 10:42
Havind different virtual drives (one detected as CD drive and the other as DVD drive) - and mounting the same CD on both result in label shown only on that detected as CD drive but not that detected as DVD. Explorer as well as property tab shows no label at all on CD mounted on detected DVD virtual drive.

So i have 2 virt.drives one occasionally detected as CD the other - DVD and guess - DVD labels are also show only on CD detected virtual drive.

Playing with deletion/creation virtual drives gave the same result except for different volume letters involved - they just pass cd/dvd drive detection one to another time to time. and so labels shown on different volumes and so not shown on the same pattern.

Maybe it's feature or bug don't know. Let it be as support request not bug report.

XP SP3+, EAV, Comodo IS (no AV).

Sway
25.01.2011, 13:44
Not quite understood the issue.... Do you have some problems with it?

i4u1
25.01.2011, 17:48
Who can understand the issue?
Disc label not shown in explorer or under disc properties.

Sway
26.01.2011, 10:30
1) Specify your DT version.
2) Are you sure that both virtual drives were created by DAEMON Tools?
3) Please post a screenshot of your problem.

i4u1
26.01.2011, 12:46
DT lite latest
ya
what for? Developers can understand the descr.
http://img824.imageshack.us/img824/7402/85295055.png
http://img822.imageshack.us/img822/8236/90314977.png
http://img411.imageshack.us/img411/1192/41880021.png
Either device parameter not properly set prior to ~DO_DEVICE_INITIALIZING or Windows XP don't recognize smth.
note DVD vs, CD, however CD devices are created much more in rare cases (i.e. mostly these buggy "DVD-drives" devices created not CDs that can handle all labels either mounted CD or DVD image)

Sway
26.01.2011, 13:52
It is Windows issue. We cannot fix it.

P.S. Concerning the image which you have mounted... Please read carefully DTLite End User License Agreement and forum rules.

i4u1
26.01.2011, 16:13
Prove that this is Windows issue. Show me KB or else.
And what I should read in agreement and rules about my own images here?
btw are you sure that DO_DEVICE_INITIALIZING processed well?

Blazkowicz
26.01.2011, 17:49
You are using warez version of that game:
Vampire_The_Masquerade-Bloodlines-VNGCLONE

i4u1
26.01.2011, 18:19
You are using warez version of that game:
Vampire_The_Masquerade-Bloodlines-VNGCLONE
You prove it! I made it myself using CDImage. So what?

Blazkowicz
26.01.2011, 18:50
What prove, you proved it yourself:
a) in download folder
b) exact file name of warez image.

i4u1
26.01.2011, 20:16
What prove, you proved it yourself:
a) in download folder
b) exact file name of warez image.
You lol. I name my folders as I like. What is exact name? You know the exact name of warez? Where did you get it? ah?
Kinda funny you are.
btw do you know what DO_DEVICE_INITIALIZING mean? no? Where do you know then how warez names look like?

Sway
27.01.2011, 08:40
Prove that this is Windows issue. Show me KB or else.
And what I should read in agreement and rules about my own images here?
btw are you sure that DO_DEVICE_INITIALIZING processed well?

I can answer you the same way. If you think that it's DT problem, prove it.
Do you have more important problems with DT virtual drives than absence of disc label in Windows Explorer? It seems you don't.
And yes, DO_DEVICE_INITIALIZING processed well.

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