I'm also having this problem and I couldn't really follow those instructions. I tired installing 3.47 of Daemon Tools on Win XP and in the middle of installation it gave me a blue screen of death. I installed it on other computers with Win XP and this never happened before... The problem is that it created a virtual drive already even though the installtion didn't complete. I tried removing it by opening daemon tools but it said no language support so I just deleted daemon tools. I couldn't find the thing to uninstall it. I then removed the device with device manager. THe problem like that guy is having is that the device comes back every time the computer restarts.
The instructions from Daemon Tools aren't really helping because I can't find any of the files or anyhting. Under SCSI/RAID controllers there is only a thing with this name "D347PRT SCSI Controller" I don't know if this is the virtual drive controller or not and I don't want to just remove it in case it's soemthing else. Under system devices I did find 'PnP BIOS Extension' but I'm afraid to remove that too. Why would it be called bios extension? Is it really what I need to remove? And as for deleting Daemon Driver files, what are the files? I can't find those either, even with that search string the guy above me used. It's as if none of the stuff applies to me...
I can't reinstall Daemon Tools cuz it must think it's still installed. I probably need to delete soem registry keys or soemthing... But which ones? And it'll probably just give me the blue screen of death again and create another virtual drive that I can't remove. Should I try installing 4.08 and remove the drive? I remember I tried installing 4.08 before and it wouldn't work, but that was on a diffferent computer that also had WinXP. It just kept telling me the computer needs to restart so the thing could initialize over and over. SO I installed 3.47 and that worked beautifully. Not on this comp tho!!!
Awwright!!! Never Mind, I figured it out!!!
The daemon tools forum has even better instructions now on how to remove the dirvers. These instructions actually have the names of the files I need to delete if it installed a default named driver. And as it turns out, yes, "PnP Bios Extension" is the thing to remove. And "D347PRT SCSI Controller" is also the correct thing to remove.