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Old 2006-03-24, 15:21   Link #1
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Daemon Tools 4.0.3 Install Problems

Basically, I have Daemon 4.0.0 installed. Now I wish to update, but I run into these problems. And I really have no clue on how to fix/circumvent them.





Is it safe to mod these Windows files?
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Old 2006-03-25, 02:15   Link #2
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safe to modify as it says. If you are running a kernal mode debugger, it's not a problem. Not many people will run kernel level debuggers unless you are building an OS or running a pre-checked release.

Anyway, make sure you have no open instances of Daemon Tools running. Go to my computer and see if you have any virtual drives open. if they are open, then there you go. You might also try uninstalling all Daemon Tools and reinstall again.
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Old 2006-03-25, 18:26   Link #3
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safe to modify as it says. If you are running a kernal mode debugger, it's not a problem. Not many people will run kernel level debuggers unless you are building an OS or running a pre-checked release.

Anyway, make sure you have no open instances of Daemon Tools running. Go to my computer and see if you have any virtual drives open. if they are open, then there you go. You might also try uninstalling all Daemon Tools and reinstall again.
I'll compile OS's with Linux... but not windows! :P
Yeah, I almost forgot about my Alcohol 120. I need to disable that virtual drive too.
I'll try that now.
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Old 2006-03-25, 19:47   Link #4
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Same Problem, I still can't install it. I Guess I'm sticking with the old software for now.
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Old 2006-03-25, 23:16   Link #5
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I suggest you just uninstall Daemon. And install fresh.

Most people would say the same thing in this case.
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Old 2006-03-26, 21:57   Link #6
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I suggest you just uninstall Daemon. And install fresh.

Most people would say the same thing in this case.
I did that ... no go. Last time I had some weird Daemon problem was back when XP SP2 released. I had to disable Daemon. Well that's just a side story.
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Old 2006-03-27, 00:06   Link #7
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Do you happen to have alcohol or other virtual drive software installed?

When you remove Daemon tools, check to see that the Sptd.sys drivers were removed.
windows\system32\drivers\sptd.sys

If it's there, delete it and reboot and see if that's the problem.

Also, Alcohol 120%

If you have alcohol installed, you have to first remove it. When you remove it, you have to remove it from the registry manually since it doesn't always remove it cleanly.

1.run "regedit"
2.Find "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Cur r entVersion\Uninstall\{E9F81423-211E-46B6-9AE0-38568BC5CF6F}", then delete that.
3.Find "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Installer\Products\32418F9EE112 6 B64A90E8365B85CFCF6", then delete that.
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Old 2006-03-27, 00:33   Link #8
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I wanted to avoid fiddling with the system files and win regies... but I guess I don't have a choice. That's what sys restore is for
===First Attempt
Okay, I tried deleting the sptd file from Windows and as expected, I can't but I have a program that can servre the processes from the file, is that safe? I don't know :P But I'll try that before booting to pure dos (lazniess).
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Everything works fine.
Thanks guys.
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