Created disk not accessible

Started by David S

David S

Created disk not accessible   25 September 2014, 00:40

I just installed 3.4.6 and mounted a 512 MB disk. No error messages created. Windows Explorer shows the disk with the correct drive name, but will not open with the error message "not accessible". Windows task Manager shows memory taken, but Disk Manager does not show the volume.
David S

Re: Created disk not accessible   25 September 2014, 00:44

Forgot to mention: Windows 7 professional, 64 bit. Signed on as a user with Administrator privileges.
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Re: Created disk not accessible   25 September 2014, 10:10

This sounds like a conflict with another software package. If possible please list what else you have installed on that computer.
Mr.Crow

Re: Created disk not accessible   26 September 2014, 02:52

Yeah, I have a same problem. It works perfectly like 2 days ago, yesterday fine too. Today I start PC and instal some WIN update and RAM disk not works. Actually it works if I create new disc/image but I need mount old image but it's not working. I tried uninstall that update, reset PC but still same.
David S

Re: Created disk not accessible   26 September 2014, 03:32

I have Microsft Office Professional, Lync, Adobe Acrobat and a few other programs that I use occasionally.
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Re: Created disk not accessible   29 September 2014, 15:09

Mr.Crow and David S: are you using an image-based RAM disk or a volatile one? If possible, please post some screenshots here.
Mr.Crow

Re: Created disk not accessible   01 October 2014, 02:18

So I create new image and working fine - but again today not working again (yesterday before PC off - win update KB2998527 installed) - it's the same update as I uninstall last time. I think that update somehow corrupted image after restart PC in my case.

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