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Installed x64 2.1.1 Full and all seemed to go fine. Everything seems to be
working as it should, except there is on Z drive, or any other new drive
letter. X: is the lowest drive letter I have assigned to a network share.
Try opening a cmd prompt and switch to drive Z:, Y:, etc. Are you using Win7?
Win 7 Pro 64bit. I tried every drive letter not assigned to a known share or
drive. No luck.
I have a similar problem!
I am using Z-WAMP 2.1.2. (i386 build) on Windows Vista Ultimate (32bits).
WAMP is working fine.
Z: drive is already mapped as a network share by our network administrator.
Z-WAMP doesn't create a new virtual drive. When I open access log from menu
and try to save it, it shows path
Z:.sys\apache2\logs and won't save the log, because Z: drive is already taken
by network share.
I also have this issue. When I run zwamp it doesn't create the z drive. It
adds all the stuff to the path variable but doesn't create the drive.
I am on windows 7 64bit. Using Zwamp 2.1.5 (x86_64 build).
It would be really nice if this could be sorted out as I have to edit the path
variable every time I start it up to path PHP to where I have it sitting
because it wipes out the changes and adds the reference to the z drive that it
isn't creating. So command line PHP isn't working.
Z-WAMP requires elevated privileges to run. Does your Windows account have
administrative rights? Do you have other virtual drive software running, e.g.
Daemon Tools, WinCDEmu, MagicISO?
It is running as an Admin and I have no other virtual drive software running.
I am actually having this issue on both my computers. They are both running
win7 and the same version of Zwamp.
Try executing this on the command line using cmd:
subst z: <directory>
Replace <directory> with the full path to the location of Z-WAMP's vdrive
folder. For example,
subst z: "C:\Program Files\ZWAMP\vdrive"
Does that generate any error? Does it create a z: drive?
No error at all and it creates the virtual drive. I guess that is a bonus.
Just need to find out why zwamp isn't doing it.
Try disabling UAC temporarily and restart ZWAMP. This way we can rule out
administrative rights as the issue.
Ok. Disabling UAC seems to do it. Any way around that. With UAC on I have it
set to run as an admin so it should be able to.
Hi, I run into the same problem. example as an administrator
the subst shows the drive
In fact the Z drive is well created .. at least if we run zwamp.exe as administrator but the command cmd as a simple user will not show any drive
if I run cmd through totalcommander as administrator subst showsit well.
Z:\: => C:\zwamp\vdrive