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Windows 7: Non-existant Bd-rom drives spammed on startup

29 Aug 2016   #1
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Non-existant Bd-rom drives spammed on startup

Hello, I have a windows 7 ultimate x64 system pc, and today I started getting a weird bug - as soon as the system loads, every couple of seconds bd-rom drives start getting created and placed in the device manager and file explorer. This overflows the displayable devices up to disk Z in the explorer and goes way on, until there are somewhere about 100 in the device manager. Could anyone please help? It would be much appreciated.


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29 Aug 2016   #2
DFined

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Seems to have been Daemon tools going a bit of its rocker.
Kinda fixed by doing unmount all in Daemon tools, but still doesn't explain what caused it, since I haven't used Daemon tools for half a year or so.
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