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Thread: "Virtual SCSI driver not detected" error

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    Default "Virtual SCSI driver not detected" error

    Daemon tools version 3.26 and 3.29 have same error. After install it works good but when i restart my computer it will give a blue screen and restatr one more time and after that i can choose "last good configuriation" in dos or something and it will gi into my Windows XP. There it will come a error message from Daemon tools that yped "Virtual SCSI driver not detected" and after that daemon tools dont work. This problem dont come up in daemon tools older version like 3.23 or older.

    Thanx for the help

    // Pulse

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    I have same problem... plz fix it. thx :wink:

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    First, please post more information. We require knowing what burning software you have installed, and full os details (service packs, major updates, etc...)

    Please both of you try the following:
    1) Run devmgmt.msc, goto SCSI, and report what is displayed there. Goto System Devices and verify PNP Bios Extension (two should be present if you use alcohol 120).

    2) If any of the above devices are not loaded, etc..., please try updating or reinstalling the drivers of each.

    3) Try uninstalling, rebooting (twice to be safe);
    then installing again.

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    Default I got same problem...

    My Computer:

    ThunderBird800
    KT133A
    SDRAM512M
    MX400
    IBM30G+SG80G
    SB16Value

    WINXP English Version with Service Pack 1 and all the lastest updates
    Nero and Norton Antiviurs Corp. Edition 8.0 were installed

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    @youth: Please check the status of the PNP Bios Extension. Also check if antyhing is under SCSI section in device manager.

    If they have yellow exclamations, goto properties, and report the exact error.

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    after two times of rebooting,i installed 3.29,this time the WinXP didn't require me to restart and the PNP Bios Ext. & SCSI Device in Device Manager were all working properly,without any yellow exclamations.

    then i restart the computer, it gave me a blue screen(too fast to obtain any useful information) and restarted again automatically. i have to choose "last good configuration" to enter XP,then the damned prompt -"virtual SCSI driver not detected" came out again. now the PNP Bios Ext. & SCSI Section in Device Manager all disappeared

    do u still need more information?

    ps: yesterday i found some yellow exclamations on SCSI Device after install 3.29, but i didn't check the propertes

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    I am haveing the same issue with DT I have a G4 mx460, Santa Cruz, No Anti-Virus, Nero 5.10.0.0, XP SP 1 and all updates, Samsung 48\24\48 from what i am reading this is a common issue with this software So if u have any info PLZ HELP !!!!!!!!!

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    1) I am having the same problem with DT 3.29 on WinXP +SP1:
    Clean install of XP-SP1, still setting up ie not "used" yet, no burning prog yet, Norton SystemWorks 2003- everything disabled- for manual use only. Intel BX board, ATI Rage Pro, Soundblaster 16 ISA, Promise Ultra66; stock drivers auto-installed by WinXP. DT worked perfect on the same machine with Win98SE.

    DT 3.29 installs OK, then blue screens on reboot with error
    Stop: ox0000007E and indicates a problem with st3mp28.sys
    The only escape is to go back to "Last good setup" as in above posts. Then I get the "Virtual drive not detected/present" message. Under SCSi the Promise controller is OK, nothing else showing. PNPBios shows OK. I can get to daemon.msi and use it to "repair" OK, but then it blue screens again. I still can fool with BIOS settings and services, but if you have any ideas and can point me in a direction I'll appreciate.

    2) Youth- you can stop the blue screen flashing by: press F8 after the Bios but before Windows boots- MS doesn't indicate just when so I just keep tapping it. That get you a boot menu- start in Safe mode. Then find your way to Contol Panel-System-Advanced-Startup&Recovery. At the "system failure" section uncheck "auto reboot".

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    Default haha,it's all ok in 3.32

    haha,it's all ok in 3.32, happy, bow to all :P

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    just installed 3.32 and i have the same exact error
    so what can i do about it?

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