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Thread: YASU is making a mess in system32/drivers directory

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    Default YASU is making a mess in system32/drivers directory

    Each time YASU is run (or each time per session - that means until the next restart of Windows) it creates a copy of file "cdrom.sys" with random name beginning with "a" in windows/system32/drivers. I know it's probably needed to avoid blacklisting but would it be possible to delete this file when exiting? Today I found almost two hundreds of these files and it was quite a shock. I don't want to sound pedantic - I just thought it's worth mentioning.
    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster"

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    i found only one cdrom.sys. and i am using yasu since a while. if it's yasu it relates probably to some other programm?!

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    this is according to my info fixed in next YASU version

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