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Posted: 09/07/2010 18:14:04
by Brett Hunter (Standard support level)
Joined: 08/20/2008
Posts: 2

I mount a disk and break-point the read callback so that it is not called for several seconds. Eventaully I release the break point. Windows then displays that the drive is not formatted and do I want to format it. Is there anyway to tell windows to "try again to read the disk" - in particular programmatically? (the f5 refresh in Windows Explorer does not work). Please no comments along the lines "don't breakpoint", as the breakpointing excersise is merely used to replicate another problem.
Posted: 09/08/2010 04:26:34
by Volodymyr Zinin (EldoS Corp.)

Hi Brett,

Are callback timeouts enabled? I.e. is the CBDisk.MountMedia Timeout parameter set to non zero? Perhaps the problem because of the timeout in the OnRead callback at the time the system performs the virtual disk initialization.



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