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  • in reply to: copy files physical memory grow large #1623

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    Keymaster

    Hi,
    I’ve checked BazisLib sources. It seems that the problem was caused due to the FILE_RANDOM_ACCESS flag present in kDefaultAdditionalFlags inside bzsddkfile.h
    Please download BazisLib 2.5.2 to fix the problem.

    in reply to: Symbol issues #1607

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    Please check NotDownloadedSymbols.txt inside %APPDATA%VisualDDK

    in reply to: Failed to install the driver: #1698

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    Please examine the build log to ensure that you build the 64-bit version of the driver.
    You might also need to enable testsigning mode on the VM.

    in reply to: ramdisk sample cant run! #1574

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    Fixed. Please download latest VisualDDK, use the driver project wizard and select “get additional templates”. It will download BazisLib and use the fixed RAMDISK temlpate.

    in reply to: BazisLib 2.5.1 wizard error in VS2008 #1600

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    Hi, all.
    Starting from VisualDDK 1.5.2/BazisLib 2.5.2 the BazisLib project templates have been integrated into VisualDDK project Wizard and will work for Visual Studio 2005, 2008 and 2010.

    in reply to: portable link not working #1619

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    in reply to: Error attaching to vmare #1696

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    Please attach a screenshot of the error message

    in reply to: About physical memory grow large #1640

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    Hi, please don’t create multiple topics regarding the same problem. Check the default BazisLib::DDK::File flags.

    in reply to: Does not work and unable to uninstall #1435

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    This is something really strange. WinCDEmu does not do anything with WinZip. What do you mean by “Screen showed a dialogue box from WinCdEmu”? Could you please explain step-by-step what are you doing, what are you expecting, and what actually happens instead?

    in reply to: Mount in Portable Edition with command line ? #1624

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    Did you use BazisLib installer? It should add the paths to Visual Studio settings automatically (after you restart Visual Studio, of course). If this does not help, simply go to Project Settings, Select Compiler -> Additional Include Paths and enter the BazisLib path and WTL path (BazisLib installer downloads and installs WTL).

    in reply to: About physical memory grow large #1638

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    Please ensure you are using the latest version of BazisLib. The problem was related to the default file opening flags.

    in reply to: Mount in Portable Edition with command line ? #1626

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    Normally no, but you can easily build a version that can:
    Simply download the sources, open batchmnt.cpp file, and replace this line:

    with this:

    Then, build the batchmnt.exe project. The change will make batchmnt use the portable driver instead of the main driver.
    Note that any version of Visual Studio (including the free Express version) will do, as you don’t have to change any kernel-mode stuff.

    in reply to: is virtualkd being actively maintained? #1693

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    Actively – no. But if you have a bug, that is consistently reproducing itself, please write a detailed description and I will fix it.

    in reply to: v3.4 Portable bugs #1573

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    It seems like some antiviruses simply mark all UPX-compressed executables as suspicious.
    I have done an experiment: compressed notepad.exe using UPX. According to VirusTotal, 7 of 42 antivirus programs treat this program as suspicious (http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report.html?id=8ecdc24105027e26069060173936d7202fd60bdab3eb62ca71af18730892566c-1288962310). Moreover, the unpacked Portable WinCDEmu triggers no antiviruses.

    in reply to: copy files physical memory grow large #1621

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    The problem was solved in WinCDEmu 3.4. Please download the latest version.

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