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Hi folks, I used to use InterVideo DVD Copy 4 but then swapped to 1 Click DVD Copy cos the latter is just so small compared to the first one and never let me down with faults in copies.

But recently I got a video iPod so I installed InterVideo DVD Copy 5 (with the "conversion to iPod video" feature). I wasn't 100% when I put it on and it proved me right.

The virtual drive InterVideo was trying to install for version 4 they're still doing it with version 5. Even worse it appears it's not XP compatible?! So anyway, I uninstalled InterVideo now and in search for another application.

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The IVI virtual drive just wouldn't go away. I attached several captures of it (correct order: from pic 005 to 001). Everytime after I start up the computer and log in this window shows up saying IVI virtual drive is not XP compatible, then I chose "not to install", but it puts itself in my computer anyway (the circled one in one of the captures).

So what I do, I go into my computer's properties, then hardware, device manager, and uninstall IVI virtual drive from there. However, everytime after I reboot the computer the problem just comes back all over again.

Getting more and more annoyed with it.

Could someone please help?

Sincerely
Chinofeliz

IVI_005.GIF
IVI_004.GIF
IVI_003.GIF
IVI_002.GIF
IVI_001.GIF

Edited by chinofeliz, 01 July 2006 - 06:59 PM.

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Maybe there's another way of uninstalling virtual devices like this? So it wouldn't keep coming back again and again?

Cheers
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I feel there might be something I can do in the Control Panel - Administor Tools section but really not sure. Just been googling for some solution but no luck...

Please help
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