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As the title says… ISO Recorder v3 deactivates WinCDEmu if installed after it; if installed before it, aborts installation of WinCDEmu. Finally, ISO Recorder v3 won't uninstall clean, requiring a registry restore.
Too bad, because it would seem they should be perfect companions. One to create ISOs from windows folders, the other to mount them as drives. I guess I'll have to get back to that bloatware nero until I find a solution.
Any ideas? Have yo guys seen this before? I already wrote to ISO Recorder's author, Mr. Alex Feinman.
Using the latest version of WinCDEmu, 3.4 signed. Vista Home Premium.
Thanks for the feedback
It seems the issue is resolved if ISO Recorder is updated to v 3.1 (Vista and 7, dated 2010).