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Old 29. Jun 2011, 10:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Gizmo Drive error 320129-26-00000001

Good day,

Gizmo Drive was working but now I cannot mount an iso image Gizmo Drive.

Message received: Unexpected error. Error code: 320129 - 26 - 00000001

After clicking OK, Toshiba Disc Creator program pops up.

I've run ComboFix, Malwarebytes, sfc /scannow at the command prompt and aswMBR but the problem remains.

According to wiki errors these error codes are caused by misconfigured files in windows OS and that a registry scan should be run. I don't like the one offered there because Comodo firewall stated that the publisher of ErrorEnd ( ErrorRepair_file.) has NOT digitally signed their application. Hence the origin of the application should not be trusted.

Any suggestions on which Registry cleaner is the most effective and reliable?

Laptop system details:

Toshiba Satellite 15" A305-S6841

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo CPU T5550 @ 1.83GHz

Ram: 3 Gb
Hard drive: 400GB ( 2 X 200GB )

OS: Windows Vista 2007 Home Premium, 32bit, SP2

Explorer version: 7.0.6001.18000
Internet connection: DSL
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3470 with 256MB
Intel Wireless WiFi link 4965AGN
Realtek TRL8102E Family PCI-E Ethernet NIC (NDIS 6.0)
Firewall and security software: Comodo & Avira

Any help is appreciated.
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Old 30. Jun 2011, 12:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Unexpected error. Error code: 320129 - 26 - 00000001

After clicking OK, Toshiba Disc Creator program pops up.
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According to wiki errors ...

Any suggestions on which Registry cleaner is the most effective and reliable
CCleaner is usually the best free registry cleaner.

This error only appears for Toshiba products so it may be fixable in Toshiba Disc Creator.
  • Run CCleaner registry scan first.
  • If you don't use Toshiba Disc Creator then you can uninstall it.
  • If you do use it then check Toshiba Disc Creator's configuration and settings.

You should not use wiki-errors.com because it is probably a malware site that gets people to download a dangerous "registry cleaner". It would have appeared first in your Google search because it is a sponsored link - I usually avoid them and stick to the standard search results. I also recommend that you install Web of Trust (WOT) to help warn you of such sites in future.
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Old 30. Jun 2011, 02:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
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No, a registry scan will not fix anything, they destroy your system in varying degrees. The best course of action is to contact the program support.
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I also agree with J_L, and would advise not to go for registry cleaning, as this could make matters only worse.

I had searched for the error code on Google, and its related to Toshiba Disc Creator, and not Gizmo Drive. So, problem seems to be with the Toshiba Disc Creator. I saw on forums that it comes pre-installed, and it cannot be uninstalled. I will suggest contacting Toshiba support about the issue.
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CCleaner is usually the best free registry cleaner.

This error only appears for Toshiba products so it may be fixable in Toshiba Disc Creator.
  • Run CCleaner registry scan first.
  • If you don't use Toshiba Disc Creator then you can uninstall it.
  • If you do use it then check Toshiba Disc Creator's configuration and settings.

You should not use wiki-errors.com because it is probably a malware site that gets people to download a dangerous "registry cleaner". It would have appeared first in your Google search because it is a sponsored link - I usually avoid them and stick to the standard search results. I also recommend that you install Web of Trust (WOT) to help warn you of such sites in future.
Hi Remah, thank you for the quick reply and suggestions. I have since learned that the error originates with Toshiba Disc Creator and will be contacting support.
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No, a registry scan will not fix anything, they destroy your system in varying degrees. The best course of action is to contact the program support.
Hi J_L, thanks for the advise. I'll be contacting Toshiba support.
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I also agree with J_L, and would advise not to go for registry cleaning, as this could make matters only worse.

I had searched for the error code on Google, and its related to Toshiba Disc Creator, and not Gizmo Drive. So, problem seems to be with the Toshiba Disc Creator. I saw on forums that it comes pre-installed, and it cannot be uninstalled. I will suggest contacting Toshiba support about the issue.
Hi Anupam, thanks for your suggestions. I'll be contacting Toshiba Support.
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Hi Anupam, J_L, and Remah,

Thank you all for your help.

I contacted Toshiba Support and they said the software can be uninstalled. I uninstalled Toshiba Disc Creator, reinstalled Gizmo Drive and mounting ISO images works fine.

I'm not going to reinstall Toshiba Disc Creator 'cause I never use it.

Please close this ticket.

regards,

Paul

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Thanks for the feedback Paul, and good to know that your problem has been solved .
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