[Bug 23799] Rawdump fails to detect drive(s)

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Mon Jul 26 21:27:56 CDT 2010


--- Comment #11 from mike <ovvinate at gmail.com>  2010-07-26 21:27:56 ---
(In reply to comment #10)
> Hello,
> that VB.NET app is only slightly obfuscated so the code is easy to read ;-)
> You need to make sure that your CDROM is mapped to a drive letter and the drive
> type is set to "CDROM" (winecfg).
> I couldn't test if dumping game discs really works because I don't own any
> suitable media (Wii, GameCube discs).
> Besides this (non) issue, you could help to improve appdb.
> Take responsibility for the apps you use/test so others can benefit from it.
> http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=11858
> E.g. rename appdb entry "RawDump 2.0" to "RawDump" because app versions live
> under this entry in sub-entries.
> Add main website URL, download URL for each version in sub-entries
> Add HOWTO for install, e.g. I don't know if you used mono or winetricks
> dotnet20
> Add HOWTO for running, e.g. info that CDROM must be mapped and type set
> Add NOTES for workarounds (e.g. winetricks gdiplus) if bugs are still pending.
> Add references to other bugs (e.g. gdiplus one).
> Add Screenshot from app
> ...
> It isn't that hard, only takes few minutes.
> Regards

Screen shots are a great idea. The rest of the application information is

But I will say that in winecfg the drives are set to CDROM and mapped to a
drive letter(guess I'll screen shot that too). The way it works in windows is
that the app opens up and shows all cdrom drives connected to that computer in
a drop down box.

 If it was that simple, there wouldn't been a bug made. I'm not a programmer,
so don't expect me to see VB code and figure out what's really going on.

And it's an issue, regardless of what you think.

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