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Comrade General

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That comes up every boot and its driving me INSANE! I've installed the drivers at least like 900 times and it comes up STILL! I think it has something to do with DAEMON as DAEMON won't launch.. I get this error with DAEMON...

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Help? Also I don't run a RAID or anything...

Edited by Comrade General, 18 November 2006 - 12:39 PM.

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Hi Comrade General...

If these devices are not being used, they can be safely disabled in Device Manager. That should stop the first error. I don't use Daemon so I'm not sure, but logic would dictate that as it is a related device (SCSI), it may take care of that one, as well.

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Where's device manager? I feel stupid. :S
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Right click on My Computer and choose "Properties". Click the "Hardware" tab, then the "Device Manager" button. You should be able to find the devices in the list (Raid or SCSI), right click on the device, and choose "Disable". Apply the change and reboot.

Edited by wannabe1, 18 November 2006 - 11:13 PM.

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There is a program called Daemon Tools (loads images to virtual disks, don't want to give the link here) that registers its components as SCSI disks, and uses Windows SCSI drivers to load. That's what's causing the issue.
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