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    Default Virtual SCSI driver not detected

    Hi all,
    I just installed the DT Light 4.30.1 on my computer and cannot mount any immage. When I rightclick on the DT icon I receive "Virtual SCSI driver not detected" notification.

    I have searched the forums and make following steps when trying to resolve the issue (without success so far):
    - uninstall DT, remove stpd from registers
    - install DT again

    My notebook configuration is:
    - WinXP Pro with SP2
    - Intel Core2 Duo @2.00 GHz
    - 2 GB RAM

    I checked also the device manager - teh only yellow exclamation marks I see there are on "other devices" - PCI port and PCI controller.

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    Firstly install the latest DAEMON Tools version (4.30.4 for Lite, 4.35.0306 for Pro).

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    Default Updated DT-lite to 4.30.4

    Quote Originally Posted by Sway View Post
    Firstly install the latest DAEMON Tools version (4.30.4 for Lite, 4.35.0306 for Pro).
    Hi,
    I updated to DT-lite 4.30.4 and now when I start DT, I receive a pop-up "Updating virtual drives" and than note "cannot load the adapter, Device problem 39" (translated from czech).

    DT is than not loaded to systray.

    Any idea?

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    1. Uninstall DT via Start menu -> All Programs -> DAEMON Tools Lite -> Uninstall menu item. Or remove DT Lite folder.
    2. Download SPTD driver setup from DuplexSecure - Downloads. Uninstall SPTD using downloaded file.
    3. Restart your system.
    4. Start regedit.exe (standard system registry editor) and delete "HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\sptd" key. Correct key's permissions if it's necessary (via key's right-click menu).
    5. Restart your computer.
    6. Install DT.

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    Default Re: Virtual SCSI driver not detected

    Done... still the same problem with the adapter.

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    Did you remove SPTD key completely?

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