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REQ Virtual CloneDrive 5111 silent method

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Oh, sorry. Thanks. I misunderstood. I thought you said the code you posted was "somewhat modified". Thanks again.

Cheers and Regards

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Oh, sorry. Thanks. I misunderstood. I thought you said the code you posted was "somewhat modified". Thanks again.

Cheers and Regards

Hi,

This is the (somewhat) modified code (above).

The original is here: http://www.911cd.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=19316

I couldn't get the original code to compile for some reason. Probably just a bad copy / paste job.

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rodyefew

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To get rid of the driver warning you can install the digital signature from the setup.exe and add it to local certificate store.

  • Copy attached certmgr.exe (*) to a temporary directory, e.g. c:\TEMP
  • Right-click SetupVirtualCloneDrive5440.exe --> Properties --> Digital Signatures
  • Open Details --> Show certificate
  • Go to details tab and copy the certificate to a temporary directory, e.g. c:\TEMP\ElaborateBytesAG.cer
  • Open a command prompt and enter the following command:

c:\TEMP\certmgr.exe -add -c c:\TEMP\ElaborateBytesAG.cer -s -r localMachine TrustedPublisher

  • Install Virtual CloneDrive with the following command

SetupVirtualCloneDrive5440.exe /S /noreboot

Et voilà :)

Regards,

ThinkPsy

(*) The certificate manager is a tool provided by Microsoft. You can get it with Windows Server 2008 Ressource Kit.

certmgr.exe

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  • Copy attached certmgr.exe (*) to a temporary directory, e.g. c:\TEMP
  • Right-click SetupVirtualCloneDrive5440.exe --> Properties --> Digital Signatures
  • Open Details --> Show certificate
  • Go to details tab and copy the certificate to a temporary directory, e.g. c:\TEMP\ElaborateBytesAG.cer
  • Open a command prompt and enter the following command:

c:\TEMP\certmgr.exe -add -c c:\TEMP\ElaborateBytesAG.cer -s -r localMachine TrustedPublisher

You can actually use Windows' inbuilt certificate manager in Win7/2K8R2 to alleviate the need for another file if you have these OS: certutil.exe -addstore "TrustedPublisher" [cert_file_name.cer]

Thanks for the process though, very handy! :)

Edited by jezza333
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Anybody has a working drive letter change script that works with Win7?

The one above works fine with XP only

Thanks

sebus

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Go here instead. New (working) link inside the Topic.

edit -

Uhhh... that's just a Silent Installer.... Unzipped, then Split to inspect, so... it doesn't satisfy either the DriverSigning or the ChangeLetter mentioned previously.

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