Daemon tools lite updating virtual devices
One of the problems that I encountered was the fact that virtual CD or DVD drives remained available on the system after uninstallation of the software that added them to the system.While that is more of an aesthetic issue it is still something that could be problematic, for instance when trying to access media inserted into a drive (finding the right drive). Today's article on Unlock For Us addressed the issue which made me address it here on Ghacks as well.Most new users don't know the how to mount an image on their Virtual CD/DVD Rom when using Daemon Tools! After the Daemon Tool installation you will notice the daemon tool icon on your taskbar at your right!This document, titled "How to mount an image on Daemon Tools?," is available under the Creative Commons license.Any copy, reuse, or modification of the content should be sufficiently credited to CCM (ccm.net).
The application sits quietly in the System Tray, allowing you to quickly change settings and load disc image files without launching the main window. NET Framework to function, but the application comes with it in the deployment package to save you some time and effort.
If you want an image to be mounted to SCSI virtual device, choose the relevant option from its contextual menu or from the sidebar.
While mounting VHD, VMDK or True Crypt images, HDD virtual device will be created.
Also, you can mount images to IDE virtual drives after you unlock Advanced Mount feature.
Free version of DAEMON Tools Lite allows you to use only 4 devices simultaneously.