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  • #148

    Anonymous
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    When I try to mount a .iso from the context menu, the screen comes up and asks which drive I want it mounted it. I select V, press ok, and then nothing happens. I can’t uninstall the program because when I select “yes” that I’m sure I want to uninstall, nothing happens. I can’t reinstall because when I try the installer gets stuck at finalizing installation. The unsigned driver message does come up, but the install never finishes.

    It had been working fine until recently. I’m using Windows XP and since the last time it worked until now I’ve installed iTunes, the JDK, Netbeans, and Sun SPOT manager. I also have ImgBurn installed on my system, figured I should mention it since I saw it elsewhere on this forum.

    #1292

    support
    Keymaster

    Please try this fix: http://wincdemu.sysprogs.org/wcdcleanup.exe
    Please inform me whether it solves your problem. If it does, I’ll fix the next version of WinCDEmu

    #1293

    Anonymous
    Participant

    Same for me, running Window 7 Prof 64. It actually does someting, windows recognizes a driver install for some cdrom, but this fails. Now I do not get it uninstalled, the uninstall procedure runs but the context menu has still the entry “mount …”. Yes, I did run the cleaning tool as well, rebooted, no effect.

    #1294

    Anonymous
    Participant

    Same problem exactly. ISO does not mount after drive name prompt. Cannot uninstall – uninstaller stops after asking confirmation. Cleanup program runs, says cleanup completed, but full installation remains. Running Windows XP SP3. Help!

    #1295

    zoba2
    Participant

    So I ran the program, nothing seemed to be different. I tried to uninstall and nothing happened. I restarted and then I successfully uninstalled. Nothing will mount now though now it actually attempts to mount, so I’m going to restart again and see what happens.

    #1296

    Kacela
    Participant

    It’s not my intent to hijack this thread, but I was having the exact same problem after installing iTunes under WinXP.

    Whenever I tried to mount an image, the machine just went out to lunch and didn’t do anything other than let me choose a drive letter to mount to. So I uninstalled through Add / Remove programs, then rebooted and re-installed – same nothingness. Searched and found this thread, and here’s what worked for me:

      Uninstalled WinCDEmu through Add / Remove Programs.
      Rebooted.
      Ran the fix as specified above ( http://wincdemu.sysprogs.org/wcdcleanup.exe ).
      Rebooted.
      Reinstalled WinCDEmu.
      Rebooted.
      Successfully mounted an .iso image to drive letter V:

    Thank you 😀

    One note, though – at all levels of removal, “Select drive letter & mount” was always present in the Context Menu – just something you may want to add to the wcdcleanup routine.
    EDIT: seems the “Select drive letter & mount” entry in the context menu may have been from the ‘Sonic RecordNow!’ software I had installed on my machine.

    WinCDEmu is a great little program – very much appreciated!

    #1297

    support
    Keymaster

    Cleanup program removes registry entries with history of previously mounted images. After running it you should be able to uninstall WinCDEmu using the normal uninstaller (you might need to reboot after running cleanup). The problem with registry paths is a known compatibility issue and will be resolved in the next release of WinCDEmu.

    #1291

    Anonymous
    Participant

    I installed portable 3.4BETA. and it finished mount image but it doesn’t assign drive letter on WinCDEmu window and MyComputer Window.
    Is it AMD problems? or Itune ?

    Microsoft Windows XP Professional
    Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3 build 2600
    CPU x86 Family 15 Model 75 Stepping 2 AuthenticAMD ~2400 Mhz
    BIOS Phoenix Technologies, LTD 6.00 PG, 2008/05/08

    #1290

    support
    Keymaster

    Is the device shown in the Device Manager? And in the “drive management” under “my computer -> manage”?

    #1298

    Anonymous
    Participant

    “CD-ROM drive” was made under “DVD/CD-ROM Drive” in device manager.
    but no drive was appeared in “MY Computer”.

    and no wincd-emu drive in the “drive management”.
    my drive management shows only my physical drives.
    Disk 0 : HDD
    Disk 1 : Removal disk
    CD-ROM 0 : = HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GH22NP20

    Another information

    System information (msinfo32) softwaresignatured driver
    device name signature
    WinCDEmu Virtual Bus no?* SCSIADAPTER 3.32.0.0 2010/07/06 SysProgs.org oem47.inf disable?* ROOTSCSIADAPTER000

    *: written in Japanese.

    #1299

    support
    Keymaster

    I believe you have some buggy CDROM class filters. Search for GearASPIWdm on this forum. If you do not find a solution, please post again.

    #1300

    Anonymous
    Participant

    I fixed my GearASPIWdm problem.
    Thank you for your information 😀 .

    #1301

    Anonymous
    Participant

    when i try to run the cleanup it says Warning: could not cleaup registry under SYSTEMCurrentControlSetEnumBazisVirtualCDBus – The system cannot find the path specified. Consider removing it manually

    #1302

    Anonymous
    Participant

    Nothing worked for me except uninstalling iTunes. It worked perfectly after uninstalling iTunes. I’m on Windows 7

    #1303

    support
    Keymaster

    The workaround for iTunes problem was added in version 3.4.

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