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Thread: V386 Stealth DVD drive remains after uninstallation

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    Default V386 Stealth DVD drive remains after uninstallation

    Operating System: Windows 98 Second Edition
    Daemon-Tools Version: Latest

    After running a registry cleaning program I got the infamous "No Language Support" error at Windows startup. After checking this websites FAQ I did as directed and uninstalled and then reinstalled Daemon-Tools. Although now I had two Virtual drives now. I then disabled the virtual drives through the options menu and still one drive remained. So I went ahead and uninstalled Daemon-Tools to see if both drives would be removed. Unfortunetly this was not the case. Drive G still remains and has an image mounted to it. I went ahead and moved the image to a different folder and now there are no images mounted to the drive. I have tried installing, uninstalling, and repairing Daemon-Tools several times and the drive will not go away no matter what. I even tried removing it manually through the Control Panel -> System -> CD-ROM menu but the drive just reappears at startup. Does anybody know how I get remove this phantom drive?

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    Are you sure your drive is from Daemon Tools? When you uninstall from Control Panel all drives shoul disappear automatically. Check in device manager what SCSI controllers you have.

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    Default Success

    I just found an old post in these forums which described my exact problem and suggested that I remove any unnecessary SCSI controllers. I removed the only controller and BAM the drive was gone. Hooray!


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