Macrium Reflect Virtual SCSI Adapter is reporting that 1 virtual drives are in use ..


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GlennChambers
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Hi,

I updated v6 -> v7 and I cannot delete any images my drive is getting full. It say's the image is in use. I cannot even uninstall Macrium as it comes up with the message.

"Macrium Reflect Virtual SCSI Adapter is reporting that 1 virtual drives are currently in use."

I did try out viboot but removed it plus removed the Hyper-V drivers from my PC so it cannot be used. Things were working so well in version 6  as well. 

What I have tried 

1. Stopped the Macrium Service
2. Removed Hyper-V support from my PC
3. Tried using unlocker to delete the file
4. Uninstalling Macrium
JamieW
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Hi Glenn,

Normally viBoot should not allow you to uninstall without dismounting any drives that are in use, but as you've stated you've already removed it, the only thing I can suggest is to open "Device Manager" and remove the "Macrium Reflect Virtual SCSI Adapter" by right-clicking on it and selecting "Uninstall" (see image below).

This should remove it and also any of the attached drives.

Kind Regards,
Jamie - Macrium Support

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GlennChambers
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Thanks for the prompt reply as always Jamie.

I went back to a previous image I created a week ago ( thank heavens for MR Smile ) and will try it again. 
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