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  • in reply to: New portable version ? #1740

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    WinCDEmu-3.6.exe /UNATTENDED

    in reply to: Strange behaviour version 3.6 #1790

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    Investigated. It looks like the ISO file you provided has some additional padding after the end ot the file system data.
    WinCDEmu does not analyze the filesystem and simply reports that the CD size is the ISO size + the “gap”. However, when you try to create the image, the Windows CDFS driver detects that you’re reading behind the end of FS and fails those reads.
    The original ISO file size is 176160768 bytes. If I create the image using WinCDEmu, mount the image, create another image and so on, the size becomes 175722496 bytes. However, if I mount the original ISO to a virtual VMWare drive and create an ISO, I still get a 175722496-byte image. I.e. 214 sectors at the end of the original ISO file (filled with zero bytes) are discarded by VMWare.

    In simple words, the images created by WinCDEmu in your case are valid and you can ignore the error report. Also when you mount such images, they will be perfectly readable, as the FS driver will get the size from the FS headers.
    As the reported issue does not occur in any real use cases (mounting images/creating ISOs of real discs) and does not cause any data corruption, I dontt think it’s reasonable to add any additional FS parsers to WinCDEmu to address it.

    in reply to: Strange behaviour version 3.6 #1788

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    This can be an issue of some emulators (in fact, old WinCDEmu versions as well). The ISO file does not contain the gap after the data track, however, the disc size reported by the drive should include it. If an emulator does not perform the transformation, you will see the issue.
    If you do it with normal “physical” drives, the ISO file will be determined correctly.

    in reply to: New portable version ? #1738

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    Why not use the unattended driver installation? It’s fast and simple.

    in reply to: Installed 3.6 – context menu item removed #1787

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    The option is now handled by WinCDEmuContextMenu.dll and is automatically translated to your UI language. If it actually does not appear, please try re-registering the DLL by running the following command:
    regsvr32 “C:Program Files (x86)WinCDEmux64WinCDEmuContextMenu.dll”
    or
    regsvr32 “C:Program FilesWinCDEmux86WinCDEmuContextMenu.dll”

    in reply to: New portable version ? #1736

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    HI.
    No clue so far. Other things have higher priority.
    Why do you need it, maybe I could suggest a workaround?

    in reply to: VirtualKd over network #1786

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    It’s theoretically possible to make it if you modify the source files, however, the network latencies will make it quite a slow experience. To my knowledge, several people tried to make network versions, but nobody has achieved a reasonable debugging speed.

    in reply to: Does VisualDDK work with VS2010 SP1? #1785

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    Not tested specifically with SP1, but did not have any problems with VS2010. If you encounter any, you’re welcome to post here.

    in reply to: mdx files #1591

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    As far as I have seen now, MDX is some kind of an obfuscated format:
    http://askubuntu.com/questions/22240/how-to-mount-daemon-tools-mdx-file
    http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=3055342&group_id=93175&atid=603426
    So, unless someone provides a clear format description, WinCDEmu won’t support it.

    in reply to: 0x8007013D #1783

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    What is the image file name for Amiga? The CUE references “Impossible Mission 2025 – The Special Edition (1994)(MicroProse)(M4)(Track 1 of 9)[!].iso”. If the actual image has a different extension (e.g. IMG) or name, WinCDEmu won’t find it.

    in reply to: 0x8007013D #1781

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    Hi,
    try opening the CUE files in Notepad and deleting the first line (CATALOG xxxxx). This should make them mountable with WinCDEmu.
    If this helps, I’ll update the next version, so that it will ignore the CATALOG line.

    in reply to: 0x8007013D #1779

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    Hi,
    could you quiclky attach the CUE file and tell me the name of the BIN file? I think, I know where the problem could be.
    Regarding the installation path, not planning now, but to be on the safe side, you can define an environment variable (e.g. BATCHMNT) pointing to batchmnt.exe and use it in your scripts (%BATCHMNT% xxx.iso).
    P.S. Do not forget to use “/wait” in batchmnt, so that it waits until the drive is actually mounted and recognized by Windows.

    in reply to: Wishlist AHCI #1730

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    Try asking on nLite forums about how to prevent the installation from crashing when multiple textmode drivers are slipstreamed.

    in reply to: Help, virtualbox doesn’t work issue #1769

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    In fact, I am slowly writing a quickstart for complete beginners. Currently you can check out the old VisualDDK guide: http://visualddk.sysprogs.org/quickstart/

    in reply to: Total Commander 32 bits and WinCdEmu #1776

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    Hi, could you please replace the WinCDEmuContextMenu.dll with a debug version, wait until Total Commander crashes, and create a crash dump by opening task manager (press Ctrl+Shift+Esc), going to Processes, finding “totalcmd.exe” there, right-clicking and selecting “Create dump”?
    You can attach the crash dump to a post on this forum or send it to support sysprogs org.

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