ISO image creation shows error

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Hi,

I would your assistance on the issue below. An error message results when trying to create iso image using UltraISO 8.5.1.1860.

Is there some way to enable AutoRun (AutoPlay) on integrated virtual drives?

Error message:

Class name: TfrmMain

Error type:EAccessViolation

Message: Access violation at address 005DC11B in module ‘UltraISO.exe’. write of address 00000000

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ISO image creation shows error

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The Autorun feature when loading a disc either from a virtual drive or using the actual CD/DVD drive is controlled from the configuration of Microsoft Windows. The Autoplay setting in Group Policy of Microsoft Windows affects the functionality of Autorun on CDs. By default, Autorun is disabled on removable drives like floppy drives and network drives except CD/DVD drives.

When you insert a disc on the optical drive that contains the “AUTORUN.INF” file, the computer will execute whatever command is inserted in the [autorun] section of the file. It will also automatically play music when you insert an audio CD. But usually, it starts the installation of the disc if it is a setup CD.

If the Autoplay feature is disabled from Windows then it affects all drives on the computer. To configure Autoplay in Windows, click Start, Run, and type without quotes “gpedit.msc” then hit Enter. In Local Computer Policy, go to Computer Configuration, Administrative Templates, System. On the right of the screen, double-click “Turn off Autoplay”.

In Settings tab, select either Not Configured or Disabled and then click OK. See image.

Autorun is now enabled on your computer. If this doesn’t fix the problem, try downloading and installing the latest version from UltraISO – Softonic.

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ISO image creation shows error

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This type of error generally occurs when the operating system tries to access invalid memory location this error generally keeps the program at bay from accessing invalid memory location

The solution to this problem can be solver

1 > By updating Windows with the latest updates as some times the security update helps in solving this problem

2 > by updating the device drivers as sometimes outdated or erroneous device drivers cause this problem 

For more details regarding this problem please visit :-http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135

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