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Daemon problem : unable to mount image unable to open file in kernel m


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haphuong1712

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Long ago everytime I used the Daemon tools it's just fine , but I have no idea this time it doesn't work . When I try to mount the image , it shows the message :"unable to mount image unable to open file in kernel mode" . Anyone can help me to solve this problem ?
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That's a specialised product unlikely to be used by many G2G members compared to the members of the Daemon Tools own forum here:
http://www.daemon-to.../dtcc/index.php

All I can suggest is you make sure you are using the latest version.
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I'm not so sure , when I use the Alcohol to mount image , it shows the same problem .
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Anyone knows how to solve the problem plz write down here , because I've been searching the net all days to find the solution but until now I haven't found it yet . Plz link to a helpful link . Not with a "you can search ur problem in here" ..etc . Thanks very much for your helping , I really appreciate that .
By the way , can you show me what does "kernel mode" mean ? I'm not so well in English.
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Anyone here ??????????
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