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Thread: SCSI Driver does not install under Windows .NET Pre-RC2

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    Default SCSI Driver does not install under Windows .NET Pre-RC2

    3.26 does not install under Windows .NET (all versions).
    There is something that prevents the SCSI-driver to install and therefore the whole DT-Setup fails.

    There is absolutly no problem with 3.23 which I run fine now.

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    Thanks for report. I am aware of the problem adn currently thinking of a workaround. The cause of this is bug in setupapi.dll of Windwos NET which does not allow properly to copy inf files to INF folder - previous INF is overwritten by next INF. This version of DT uses 2 INF files now and installations scheme is a bit different, than in 3.23

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    Default Re: SCSI Driver does not install under Windows .NET Pre-RC2

    Quote Originally Posted by Plasmafusion
    3.26 does not install under Windows .NET (all versions).
    There is something that prevents the SCSI-driver to install and therefore the whole DT-Setup fails.

    There is absolutly no problem with 3.23 which I run fine now.
    I got the same problem with Win98II. After the Installation of 3.26 i got the message "Virtual SCSI driver not detected" (i tried twice). My Win98 includes all Online-Updates from Microsoft, but is running in an Win4Lin Emulation on a Linux System.
    After reading this posting, i tried 3.23 and it works fine.

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    Default Win .NET RC1 does work with D-Tools.

    Momo installed D-Tools v3.26 on RC1, it worked fine. However, unfortunately, RC2 is not working with D-Tools v3.26.

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    3.23 does not work with RC2 of Win.NET.

    U can install and run it fine as long as you don't reboot.

    After the next reboot your Win.NET will not boot up anymore.
    Regardless of any Hardware Restore-Points you've set.
    Safe Mode is broken, too. No chance to get it back unless the Repair option from CD which will take about 40 Minutes.

    I'm checking other CD-Emus now to get my work done.

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    It should be fixed in next Daemon Tools version currently in beta test stage - so stay tuned for next version ...
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