Unable to load Alcohols virtual CD-ROM

I’m receiving the following error after installing Alcohol 1.4.0 on an Windows 95 machine.

In the control panel -> System -> hardware, the AXVSCSI controller is marked with a warning symbol, what could be wrong?

The another scsi controller is the 19160 adaptec controller, could that produce a conflict?

From the Alcohol help file.

System Requirements
Please ensure your computer system meets the following requirements, otherwise Alcohol 120% may not work properly:

Pentium Class PC with Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP Operating System [B]Windows 95 or Windows NT users, please pay attention as follow:

  1. Must install Internet Explorer 5.0 or later version
  2. Window NT 4.0 must update to Service Pack 5 or later version
  3. Windows 95 must be OSR2 or later version[/B]
    32MB (or more) of RAM
    10GB (or more) hard disk (a 74 minute CD image requires 650-700MB)
    One or more bus-mastering SCSI and/or ATAPI buses
    One or more CD-ROM drives. You can use a CD recorder as a reader with sufficient HDD space
    One or more CD recorders (if you install more than 2 CD recorders, 700MHz CPU and 128MB RAM is recommended)

This may help. :slight_smile:

after verifying that your system does indeed meet those minimum requirements try uninstalling alcohol, delete the alcohol scsi controller in device manager, reboot and reinstall.

I don’t think that could be the problem, because my config is the following:

AMD k6-2 400Mhz
Windows 95 OSR2
IE 5.0
128Mb RAM
45 GB HD
Adaptec 19160 SCSI card controller
UltraPlex 40x CD-ROM
(3) Plextor 12/4/32 CDWritters