Getting rid of Magic ISO on windows 7

May 31, 2012 at 06:55:37
Specs: Windows 7
My issue was magic ISO messed up the drivers of my DVD players and windows would freeze during boot up. To solve that I had to move the positions of my drives on the mother board and that cured it for a time.
I twigged I had problems with the DVD players so as it happened after installation of magic ISO I deleted that.
Back it came. Now a search for a time on the www I found the answer.
Do NOT DELETE without first turning the number of virtual DVDs to zero.
If you have deleted it , reinstall, set it to Zero and delete the dog Rob..

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May 31, 2012 at 09:46:30
It is clear u are new to image applications. I have four image applications installed on my system and only one is allowed to create virtual drive.
I use magic ISO to extract files from .UIF images.

U should un-mount any image file before disabling any virtual drive, some applications are smart(they un-mount automatic).

You know the real meaning of peace only if you have been through the war.

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May 31, 2012 at 15:50:08
I did not even know I had Magic ISO, It was installed with some other program for manipulating video files. When I found this unwanted thing I deleted it.
There was no ISO image mounted, nor does there need to be with this program.
If you uninstall it before disabling all drives it leaves a virtual drive behind but deletes
the rest of the program. Now I believe windows finds this drive without drivers, goes on the net, finds its drivers and reinstalls them.
The issue I was getting at, is its a poorly thought out program, It stuffed up my DVD drivers and without knowing tricks you can not rid yourself of it. It also leaves most of its rubbish behind in the regestry. Rob

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