5.5.0.0 Memory leak

Discussion in 'Virtual CloneDrive' started by kristaps, Feb 13, 2016.

  1. kristaps

    kristaps New Member

    Windows 10 pro 64bit

    When i double click on iso to mount he dosent mount and memory just goes till max! The only way to release the ram is to restart my pc!
    If i want to mount i need to press the tray icon and mount from there!

    Didn't have this issue with 4.9.5.0! Going back until this is fixed!!!

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  2. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    I am running Windows 10 64 bit and do not have this issue. Let me look into it further, thank you for the report.
     
  3. kristaps

    kristaps New Member

    If it helps some of my components:
    CPU i7 4790k
    MB Asrock Z97m pro4
    RAM 16GB corsair vengence pro 16gb 2400Mhz
    and Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB drive

    At first i tought it was something at my end BUT recently ive updated my system drive from HDD to SSD and 8gb of ram to different 16gb of ram kit, clean installed w10, but the same problem appears.
     
  4. Recycle

    Recycle Well-Known Member

    Mounted in 5.5.0.0 BD ISO and nothing happened like what your describing. I suspect it is Windows 10 that is the cause of the problem. Mount and Unmount and no problems.

    Windows 7x64 Ult Sp1 16gb 1866Mhz
    i5-4690k 4.2ghz
    Asrock z97 extreme6
    Crucial 256gb SSD
     
    Last edited: Feb 15, 2016
  5. infiniti

    infiniti New Member

    Maybe "zone.identifier"
    Check properties of the iso file.
     
    Last edited: Mar 24, 2016
  6. gmac1701

    gmac1701 Well-Known Member

    Almost exactly same hardware as OP, no issues at all. Windows 10 has ISO support built in, could it be trying to mount the ISO in Explorer and Clone Drive at the same time? Try right clicking the ISO and select (Mount - virtual clonedrive "x"). Check default applications by file type is correctly set to Clonedrive
     
  7. x7007

    x7007 Well-Known Member

    Didn't have the issue when I use the program. mounting many image files , didn't happen once. must be a driver or software that causing a conflict. which ISo did you try to mount ? does it happen with all ISO's ?
     
  8. Spirit Wolfe

    Spirit Wolfe Well-Known Member

    I would recommend choosing which file extensions that you want VCD to open by DEFAULT, meaning having Windows 10 open all *.ISO image files by defaulting that extension under Windows 10 to be only opened by VCD under your Control Panel...