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😮 ??? If something about kernel-mode part of BazisLib is bad, a bugreport/wishlist would be much better than undirected sarcasm.
Oops. Saw the post too late. Already fixed, will be included in next version installer. As for the quotation marks & unicode symbols, maybe will do it later, however, I’m not that good in PHP, as in kernel development 😉
What’s your version of Windows?
Could you please send me the faulty CUE file by mail, or post it here? The parser for CUE files is now quite simple and may miss something.
Windows Vista indicates testsigning mode by /TESTSIGNING boot option. Win7 – just by TESTSIGNING (without slash). The original installer did not consider it.
WinCDEmu does not explicitly report its drives as CD or DVD. Maybe, your programs expect the virtual drives to handle some specific request codes? Which exact programs are confusing CD and DVD with WinCDEmu?
No, it is not possible. Full-featured local kernel debugging is impossible by definition: imagine what would happen, if a breakpoint inside a video or keyboard driver (or any other kernel component that makes any critical driver or service wait) is hit: kernel is halted until a debugger resumes it, and a debugger is halted until kernel processes your mouse or keyboard input…
Some limited local kernel debugging (no stepping, breakpoints, etc; basically, no code execution) is supported by WinDbg, but it is not very useful to debug drivers and not supported by VisualDDK.
WinCDEmu has a universal 32-bit installer that automatically detects whether a 32-bit or a 64-bit system is running and installs the appropriate driver. Just use the default link (http://sourceforge.net/projects/wincdemu/files/wincdemu/WinCDEmu-2.3.exe).
Not yet. However, will be soon.
Does the Device Manager display the device node for the new CDROM device? Maybe, the drive letter appears, but the window is not automatically opened due to disabled autorun?
You mean ‘is it compatible with PAE’? Not sure, did not test it. If you encounter any problems with PAE, just post description here…
Sorry, mistyped the link. Here is the correct one: http://wincdemu.sysprogs.org/win7fix/WinCDEmu-2.3-Win7.exe
Could you please try this version:
Can you please open regedit.exe, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetControl, see the value of the “SystemStartOptions” parameter and post it here? Also, does the BCDEDIT report any error when you enable TESTSIGNING manually?
Yes, it supports Vista. You need to copy KDVM.DLL instead of KD1394.DLL and setup Vista to boot with 1394 debugging (bcdedit). Be sure to replace KD1394.DLL in DLLCACHE as well.
CPU usage while being paused happens only on multi-processor virtual machines and was not yet investigated properly. Maybe, it will be fixed in next versions.