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Disc Image Loader

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I'm really upset at Disc Image Loader. Whenever I attempt to create an emulated drive, my computer reboots. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling, but to no avail! I don't get any error messages, it just reboots. I used this tool all of the time on my previous computer without any problems (same software version). I have been unable to create an emulated drive on my new computer (just got it this wee).

 

Any ideas or suggestions?

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I'm really upset at Disc Image Loader. Whenever I attempt to create an emulated drive, my computer reboots. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling, but to no avail! I don't get any error messages, it just reboots. I used this tool all of the time on my previous computer without any problems (same software version). I have been unable to create an emulated drive on my new computer (just got it this wee).

 

Any ideas or suggestions?

 

If you didn't build the computer yourself, I would bet that there is a slug of software on your computer that is conflicting with EMC 8.

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I'm really upset at Disc Image Loader. Whenever I attempt to create an emulated drive, my computer reboots. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling, but to no avail! I don't get any error messages, it just reboots. I used this tool all of the time on my previous computer without any problems (same software version). I have been unable to create an emulated drive on my new computer (just got it this wee).

 

Any ideas or suggestions?

 

Perhaps a driver problem? Are your drivers updated? How about the BIOS?

 

My experience with new computers is that their drivers & BIOS are frequently out of date even straight out of the box.

 

Lance

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Perhaps a driver problem? Are your drivers updated? How about the BIOS?

 

My experience with new computers is that their drivers & BIOS are frequently out of date even straight out of the box.

 

Lance

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I hadn't tought of that... After I updated the BIOS, it worked like a charm! Thanks so much!!!

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lehill, never would have thought of the BIOS......great work!

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