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    Default unable to mount img, kernel mode

    im trying to mount a B6T file but it keeps giving that error

    unable to mount img, unable to open file in kernel mode

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    Which Daemon Tools version and Windows version are you running? Also have you installed any kernel debugger? How do you created this B6T file?
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    Default same fault

    Quote Originally Posted by Blazkowicz View Post
    Which Daemon Tools version and Windows version are you running? Also have you installed any kernel debugger? How do you created this B6T file?

    i have the same fault, i running xp home edition service pack 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffke001 View Post
    i have the same fault, i running xp home edition service pack 2
    How about the rest of the questions:

    Which Daemon Tools version? Have you installed any kernel debugger? How did you create this B6T file?
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