From: Denny Bromley (
Date: Wed Jun 15 2011 - 20:41:57 CDT

Try saving them to a private folder off your desktop or something. Windows protects you from viruses by making virtual images of system directories in case a virus overwrites a system file. But the difference between virus and an unknown program can be hard to distinguish. I also could be completely off base here. ;)

- denny -

On Jun 15, 2011, at 2:57 PM, Michael Zimmermann <> wrote:

> Has anyone ever experienced an issue where VMD installs and seems to work just fine, but any files that are made are not able to be found by Windows?
> I am having this experience on a windows 7 machine. I realize that the windows release notes do not say win7 is supported (so perhaps it's not and that is the answer), but VMD works fine. I just can't access any files made by VMD outside of VMD. It's not an issue where the files are not really there as I can make a file from VMD (using autopsfgen), close VMD, open VMD, and load the file. Any ideas as to how to get Windows to be able to find these files?
> Michael Z