Mirageiso Removal Guide

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Mirageiso might look like a reliable application, but its looks can be deceiving. We have classified it as a potentially unwanted program because we have found that its shady publishers use software bundles through which this application can get onto your PC uninvited. On top of that, this application leaves junk files after you run its uninstaller. The actions outlined here make this program potentially unwanted, but not malware. It is in the grey area, so you can keep it if you really want to but you can also remove it especially if you got it on your PC unintentionally.

Mirageiso is promoted as virtual drive used for mounting ISO, MDS, MDF, CDI, CUE, and other image files. While you may find it useful, it is likely that you can get it on your PC accidentally as we have found that its promotional website at Mirageiso.com does not feature its installer download.  We have obtained information that suggests that this application is being bundled with third-party software and uploaded to freeware distributing sites. The installers featured on those sites may have been configured to install this program automatically. And, while you may be able to deselect its installation after selecting advanced or custom settings, the installer will hide Mirageiso’s installation.

If you get it on your PC, then it will connect to its server at and check if it is running in a virtual environment such as virtualbox or vmware. While you might be able to use it to mount image files and get access to their contents, you might not have wanted this program, so why keep it. If you choose to uninstall it, however, it will leave a file named vtuiso.sys in %WINDIR%\System32\drivers and %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\drivers\vtuiso, so you will have to remove them manually. If you choose to leave these junk files, that is fine too because they do not do anything without the working program, but if you want your computer to remain clean, then you might want to do that.

Now let us discuss the origins o this program. According to this program’s website at Mirageiso.com, it was created by Sichuan Zhoushan Weizhen Technology Co., Ltd. Unfortunately, there is no additional information such as the country of origin, but the name itself implies that it is allegedly based in China as Zhoushan is a city/province in eastern China. The lack of information about this company and the fact that it is based in China makes it difficult to determine whether the company actually exists. Regardless, whether it is real or not, it is evident that Sichuan Zhoushan Weizhen Technology is as shady as they come, so you should no trust Mirageiso to deliver you a reliable virtual drive function.

If you got Mirageiso accidentally and want to remove it, then we invite you to make use of the instructions we have included below. We recommend that you run its uninstaller from Control Panel and then and then delete its leftover files manually.

How to uninstall from Control Panel

Windows XP

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Click Control Panel and select Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Find the unwanted program and click Remove.

Windows Vista and 7

  1. Click Start and then click Control Panel.
  2. Then, go to Uninstall a program.
  3. Find the application and click Uninstall.

Windows 10/8.1/8

  1. Right-click the Windows Start menu/Start screen.
  2. Select Programs and Features.
  3. Locate the application and right-click it.
  4. Click the Uninstall button.

Delete leftover files

  1. Press Win+E keys.
  2. Type %WINDIR%\System32\drivers and %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\drivers in the address box.
  3. Press Enter.
  4. Find vtuiso.sys, right-click it and click Delete.
  5. Right-click the Recycle Bin and click Empty the Recycle Bin.
Download Remover for Mirageiso *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

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Mirageiso technical info for manual removal:

Files Modified/Created on the system:

# File Name File Size (Bytes) File Hash
1mirui.dll4077568 bytesMD5: cb13659372f87692291f516d799a3bae
2uninst.exe255896 bytesMD5: 8fd559cfa2c0e887aacedb67b8cb2c2a
3isoinst.dll409024 bytesMD5: 3263fa9c3e95eb32137899cdce82f88a
4MirageISO.exe252352 bytesMD5: 2b0a037bd85b5e7b01751f1e6a10b639
53bf96d7926742a13153a94752b565b78e27a3077cec6537372e7b2d77c7b62d9.exe2329368 bytesMD5: 80327d3c91504ca38c7b86f0145482b5

Memory Processes Created:

# Process Name Process Filename Main module size
1uninst.exeuninst.exe255896 bytes
2MirageISO.exeMirageISO.exe252352 bytes
33bf96d7926742a13153a94752b565b78e27a3077cec6537372e7b2d77c7b62d9.exe3bf96d7926742a13153a94752b565b78e27a3077cec6537372e7b2d77c7b62d9.exe2329368 bytes

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