Alright, so this is what I'm up against.
I've had this problem for a pretty long time now, but it hasn't bothered me that much (well, once I got past pulling my hair out and eventually deciding that it was un-fixable), but recently, I've tried to mount ISO files and of course, this old "Error Code 3" driver problem restricts Daemon Tools abillity to install drivers.
I'm not asking how to get Daemon tools working, I'm simply going insane over this entire problem, I mean, what IS happening here?
It's far too late for a system restore, and I do not want to reinstall my OS unless I REALLY have to, which I presume I don't, since this must be fixable.
I've tried uninstalling, restarting, and reinstalling drivers, but nothing seems to work, infact, every single time I uninstall something, when it re-installs, I get the error messages that the driver did not install correctly, and that error is of course Error Code 3.
I'm definitely not running out of memory, by the way.
I was thinking, possibly there's some way to purge the drivers folder of everything that isn't required for Windows to operate?
I just don't understand, it's so confusing, and now that I realize it's causing a lot of problems, it's REALLY getting on my nerves.