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Unmounted virtual drive still showing in folder tree


#1

I mounted an ISI image file using a program called PowerISO. When I was finished using it I unmounted but the drive is still showing in my folder tree. I went to Windows Explorer & sure enough it indicates the drive is no longer there. Dopus still thinks it is. Anyone know how to fix this? I looked around in Preferences but I didn't see anything there in particular, but maybe I'm just missing something.

Thanks in advance & have a great Day!!

Jim


#2

Maybe PowerISO didn't send a notification when the drive was unmounted (or maybe Opus missed it somehow).

Try making a button which runs Go REFRESH=tree and clicking that, or fully exit Opus and then restart it.


#3

Leo,
I have tried both of your suggestions with no success. This drive has been showing for several day through multiple system restarts/reboots & the issue persists. PowerISO must have sent a notification because Windows Explorer got it. It's not showing in it's folder tree. o I'm not sure where to go from here. Is there a "repair" function in DOpus some where?


#4

1 More thing about this. I just noticed that when I select "Computer" in the Folder tree & the drives are are all listed on the right side file display,,, low & behold that drive is NOT listed there. It's only showing up in the folder tree side of the display. Hmmmm???


#5

If it shows up across reboots then we can ignore my missed-notification theory.

Is the drive actually unmounted (should be gone completely) or is it just empty (like a physical DVD drive without a disc in it)?

Compare Preferences / Folder Tree / Appearance: Show in Folder Tree: Empty disk drives with Preferences / Folders / Virtual Folders: Native display of 'Computer': Show empty disk drives.


#6

My appologies Leo. This is a new sytem build that I've just completed. 1 of the components, a new Dell U2410 Flat Panel Monitor, has an SD/MMC card reader built into the side of the monitor & that's what the drive I mistook for a virtual drive actually, is as it turns out. My mistake, Leo. Sorry I wasted your time. I'll just go crawl back in my hole now :>).

Jim