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Virtual Drive, Mounted Image Removal

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I have an image of a DvD that I mounted to test whether or not the software I was using to make the images was working correctly before I burnt the disc. I use Paragon CD-DVD Recorder to mount images into virtual drives.

When I try to remove the virtual drive using Paragon it says that an error has occurred because the file is still in use, Please shut down the application that is using the file. I have also tried going into the virtual drives properties and uninstalling the drive the same way you would with a physical device. I restart the computer and it's still there.

Anyone have any ideas of how to remove this virtual drive?

Thank You.
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