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22.08.2012, 19:51
Im getting this error, Windows XP Daemon tools lite im not using any antivirus or firewall.

This started to happend today, because i used to mount images without problems, i have no idea how to fix this, any help?

I have already looked at other posts and they dont help at all.

23.08.2012, 10:48
What changes had been made to your system/software before the problem appeared.

24.08.2012, 01:52
Hmm, as far as i remember, no big changes... i installed a few programs such as Utorrent and Google drive, and downloaded a few movies, i also installed SWTOR...

You know i was checking and i found this, does it means something?

27.08.2012, 17:45
Try to update driver software via right click menu.

27.08.2012, 21:49
I tried, but it says this "Code 37 - Windows cannot initialize the device driver for this hardware."

28.08.2012, 15:33
Please try this Microsoft FixIt solution, reboot: Your CD or DVD drive can't read or write media (http://support.microsoft.com/mats/cd_dvd_drive_problems/en-us)

If that doesn't help please download this tool: http://www.bustrace.com/downloads/devfilter.exe
Run it, highlight your optical drive on the left, then highlight upper/lower filters on the right.
Which filter drivers are shown ?[/QUOTE]

27.02.2013, 22:01
I have exactly the same problem.
i had a hard battle 3 days ago with some viruses and i killed hem finally but since then i have this problem.
i get a 1500 error every time i install DT pro or Elite and when I go to device manager i see EXACTLY the picture above.
the "daemon tools vitural bus" is there with a yellow "!" sign. with this device status :

Windows cannot initialize the device driver for this hardware. (Code 37)

any help will be so much appreciated. i really need DT now :frown:

28.02.2013, 17:45
Have you already tried the FixIt ?
If yes, please try to manually delete upper/lower filter as described here (Resolution):
The CD drive or the DVD drive does not work as expected on a computer that is running Windows Vista (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929461) (also works on Windows XP & 7).