Virtual Clone Drive issue after Windows 10 upgrade

Virtual Clone Drive worked great under Windows 7, allowing me to mount an ISO file as if a real CD.

Then I upgraded to Windows 10 and things seemed to work as before.

I later tried installing Visual Studio 2015 and the installation hung about 75% through.

After a couple of reattempts, I uninstalled the version of Virtual Clone Drive that was carried over from my previous Windows 7.  It was unneeded as Windows 10 supports mounting of ISO files.

When I reattempted the VS2015 installation, it finished to completion.

I see that a newer version of VCD is available and probably fixes the hang that occurred with my prior version.

Print | posted on Thursday, September 15, 2016 12:02 AM

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# re: Virtual Clone Drive issue after Windows 10 upgrade

Left by Greg Duncan at 9/15/2016 11:17 AM
Gravatar Windows 10 comes with native ISO mounting support, which I use myself to install VS ISO's...

VCD shouldn't be required any more.

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