OK, I have a weird problem. Somehow, I can set up my virtual drives, they even work with some emulators like gens, but they don't appear under "my computer", and I simply can't assign a drive-letter. So the "generic scsi" appears in the hardware list, and works, but it doesn't have a drive-letter, which means I cannot browse the mounted CD with windows explorer. I tried reinstalling, but it didn't work.

any help?