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"Ghost CD" Drive

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    Mossie Guest

    "Ghost CD" Drive

    Hi.

    I have 2 DVD drives in my PC, a DVD-ROM and a DVDRW. However in
    explorer there are 3 drives, my burner (F, the ROM drive (G and a
    CD-ROM drive (M. I have a card reader which shows as "Removable Disk"
    with drive letters I, J, L and N and an external Hard Drive, partitioned
    into H: and K:. I thought at first it might be seeing one of the card
    slots as a CD drive, but disconnecting the card reader left the CD drive
    visible. It's not a problem but is just a little annoying. Any idea
    what might cause this?

    Mossie

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  3. #2


    Mossie Guest

    Re: "Ghost CD" Drive

    OK. Solved it. I have PowerISO installed and it creates a Virtual
    Drive" for mounting iso images.

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  4. #3


    John Guest

    Re: "Ghost CD" Drive

    Naughty! Naughty. Would ever could you be using PowerISO for?

    "Mossie" wrote:

    > OK. Solved it. I have PowerISO installed and it creates a Virtual
    > Drive" for mounting iso images.
    >


      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  5. #4


    Mossie Guest

    Re: "Ghost CD" Drive

    John wrote:
    > Naughty! Naughty. Would ever could you be using PowerISO for?
    >
    > "Mossie" wrote:
    >
    >> OK. Solved it. I have PowerISO installed and it creates a Virtual
    >> Drive" for mounting iso images.
    >>

    Shh!! ;-)

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