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  • in reply to: Is this free for business-use? #1540

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    LGPL. Basically, yes. If your company adds some more features to its customized version of WinCDEmu, you will have to publish the updated sources. If you don’t touch the sources, there are absolutely no restrictions on use cases.

    in reply to: Portable WinCDEmu – Minor annoyances #1482

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    The link is not working (says “disable your adblock software to download”). Please register at the forum and use the ‘upload file’ function.

    in reply to: Portable WinCDEmu – Minor annoyances #1484

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    Guess what happened after I clicked “Uninstall Driver” …? *correct* the driver was uninstalled. But the one that was on the system before… :-/

    Are you absolutely really sure? This is very wierd. The two drivers use totally different installation/uninstallation mechanisms. Could you describe, what made you believe the wrong driver was uninstalled? Maybe, there are some CDROM class filters tampering around?

    The idea is fine, but still one has to have admin-rights (yes, I know, because of the driver-issue).

    Well, this is beyond my powers. You need to be an admin to install drivers and you need to install the drivers to add virtual devices. If you need a ‘non-admin’-portable way of accessing ISO files, use 7-zip or any other archiver that would just extract it on your disk, or a file manager with an ISO parsing plugin.

    in reply to: Please help me remove this #1489

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    Your problem is caused by a buggy filter driver. Please read this post: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=517

    in reply to: Portable WinCDEmu – Minor annoyances #1481

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    Thought about it. Drag-n-drop won’t work through UAC. A non-privileged application (e.g. Explorer) cannot send a message to a privilleged application (WinCDEmu mounter). WinCDEmu mounter cannot remain unprivilleged, as it needs to install and access the kernel driver.
    As for the other features, I’ll see what I can do, but it won’t be very soon, as I don’t currently have much time to spend on the project.
    Anyway, thanks for the feedback.

    in reply to: Doesnt Do Anything #1299

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    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.

    in reply to: Just won’t work. Windows 7 ultimate x64 #1472

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    The incompatibility caused by GearASPIWdm is a known issue. If you prefer calling WinCDEmu buggy rather than searching the forum for a solution, it is your choice.
    To remove the “Select drive letter & mount” prompt, please go to the HKCR.iso key, look up the default value there (e.g. BazisVirtualCD.Iso), then go to HKCR{value from .iso}shell and remove the “Select drive letter && mount” subkey.

    in reply to: Just won’t work. Windows 7 ultimate x64 #1470

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    You can remove any unusable program, as well as any usable program by using “add/remove programs” applet in the Control Panel.
    Additionally, I would recommend checking for buggy 3rd-party CDROM filter drivers (search this forum for GearASPIWdm). They might be the reason of WinCDEmu being unusable on your machine.

    in reply to: Installation aborted! #1466

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    Did you select “never install non-WHQL-signed drivers” in your system settings?
    WinCDEmu now has a signed kernel-mode driver, but it was obviously not WHQL-certified.

    in reply to: is WinCDEmu possible to be portable #1153

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    Done. Check out the beta here: http://wincdemu.sysprogs.org/portable

    in reply to: [REQ] Format(s) #1464

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    If you can find a detailed description for those formats, I will consider supporting them. Otherwise, analyzing an unknown binary format is quite a hassle and is questionable unless the format is really popular. You can also provide your own implementation based on WinCDEmu format driver interface, so I will include it in future versions of WinCDEmu.

    in reply to: The uninstaller/unloader leaves leftovers #1198

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    I guess, you can use devcon or other Microsoft tools to cleanup drive information as well. Anyway, do such leftovers cause any real inconvenience to anyone? Windows is designed to keep history of all previously connected devices, this information does not occupy any considerable amount of your disk space or RAM and does not slow your system…

    in reply to: The uninstaller/unloader leaves leftovers #1196

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    These ‘leftovers’ is the way Windows stores the information about devices. Any USB flash drive will leave exactly the same “leftovers” in any system. I would NOT recommend deleting these keys manually, as it can damage some internal dependencies maintained by Windows.

    in reply to: Doesnt Do Anything #1290

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

    in reply to: Driver installation timed out #1417

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    This is related to poorly designed CDROM filters provided by 3rd-party software. Please search for GearASPIWdm on this forum.

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