Topic: Problem with virtual drive
started by: npkhanh
Posted by npkhanh on Jul. 13 2010,05:27I am using UltraISO, after installing the program, I have a virtual drive. I want to add a few virtual drives, but after add, the program fails. I try to close and reopen the program. Now, I can't detect any virtual drives. All options have been hidden away and my first virtual drives disappeared. I uninstall and re-install the program but still can not solve this problem. Now I can not use the virtual drive. Please help me solve this problem
Posted by xoben on Jul. 13 2010,20:57Please shutdown and restart Windows, then try again.
Posted by syncboost on Jul. 18 2010,13:45Use ultra iso older versions then change limit of virtual drivers as per your requirement.
Even if program is hanged, run it until your virtual drive installed then close.
You can done it also through new version.
Posted by Morgan03 on Dec. 21 2011,23:39I have come across an interesting problem...
I have a virtual drive program which naturally allows for setting 1 to multiple
virtual drives and assigns letters to its drives in sequence...
I also have multiple USB ports and as we all know, they assign in the same
Here is the issue:
USB Flash drives have taken the letter G and it cannot be used now for any
other drives - BUT - Letter G is the next sequential assignment for other drives.
Let me see if I can explain this --
Although my Virtual Drive program is always allowed 1 virtual drive, the V-Drive
always takes drive letter H or higher instead of G (which is the next in line in the
program) but the USB has taken that letter and will not release it for use.
In the V-drive program, Letter G is showing as available for use but it will NOT
change to G - Windows Disk Manager shows letter G as missing - hence in use by
I have tried setting "Virtual Drives = 0" then back to 1 drive...
I have tried reassigning USB drive letters but all this does is make G disappear
completely - as if it is locked for USB only...
What I want is this...
OS Drive = C:
Secondary drive = D:
Additional Partition = E:
Internal Optical = F:
Virtual Drive = G:
USB's = H: and above
I cannot figure this out... Why the V-program shows G as available but Windows
says it is not... what is keeping it from being assigned...
How can I get G: Released from being used as the USB assignment so it can be
assigned to the Virtual Drive?
Posted by xoben on Dec. 24 2011,06:47For ISODrive of UltraISO, please run .reg file in attachment to set drive letter of a virtual drive to 'G:'.
Posted by jessipitt on Feb. 25 2012,02:04I tried .reg file and it worked for me, now it is properly installed.
Posted by peleus on May 20 2012,11:18Indeed, the .reg file worked for me too. Thanks.
Posted by AB_FireFountain on Jan. 25 2014,20:03Hi there,
I'm running Win 7 Ultimate 64ed. and never had a problem before but today I got the same error as the screenshot above:
'No virtual CD/DVD drive found!
I already tried rebooting and reinstalling and still got the same error. Any ideas on how to solve this?
Posted by AB_FireFountain on Jan. 28 2014,18:16For some reason the answer doesn't show on this thread but I found it on another:
pasting ISODrv64.sys driver in the C:\windows\system32\drivers directory
really fixes the problem! Hope this helps anyone else looking.