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Hi, recently a new disk drive (E:) appeared on my computer. I don't know how it got there or what it is can someone help me and tell me how to get rid of it. I only have 1 DVDRW drive installed on my machine and dont need the other virtual drive. I am using Windows Vista Home Premium. Thanks for any help.Capture.JPG Capture1.JPG
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do you have intervideo?

http://club.cdfreaks...ad.php?t=165484 looks like that's a virtual drive for the copy function of intervideo
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Virtual Drives appear when you use software such as Daemon Tools, Alcohol 120% and other CD emulator programs. In the old days (when it were all fields 'round here....) one could make virtual drives for use in Windows 95 and 98, and use it for speed gains. If you have a Gmail account, software is available to make your Gmail account appear as a virtual drive too.
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