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Windows 7: Giving up on UAC

31 Jan 2010   #21

Windows 7

Thank you. Will try what you suggest. This app just came pre-installed with the new laptop.

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31 Jan 2010   #22

win7 ultimate / virtual box

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anderson2 View Post
Using Process Explorer I discovered what process is keeping the file locked. I discovered that the drive that I mounted my file to remains still locked by "clmlSvc.exe" and preventing dismounting. I discovered "clmlSvc.exe" is owned by CyberLink MediaLibray Service. I believe that is the CD writing application pre-installed on this pc.

Armed with that knowledge what should I do? I do not want to have to manually stop "clmlSvc.exe" every time I want to unlock a TrueCrypt volume.

[Incidentally I tried to use "Unlocker.exe" to discover what was locking the file but it does not seem to work correctly in W 7. At least it does not appear on the right mouse click contents. Is there a trick to making it work in W 7?]

Thanks for any help.
I'm running 64bit win7 and unless I have a file open i never need to force dismount so i think you have found the cause , maybe unnninstall it and find something different and less obtrusive :)
My System SpecsSystem Spec
31 Jan 2010   #23

Windows 7

That definitely was the cause. When I stopped the clmlSvc.exe process I could dismount with no problem. Will uninstall it. Problem I now have is that I discovered that there are 4 CyberLink products pre-installed on this W 7 PC:
1. CyberLink DVD Suite
2. Power2Go
3. Label Printer
4. Power Director

I need to discover what each does and which one uses clmlSvc. Maybe all of them .....
My System SpecsSystem Spec


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