> This is unavoidable. When you intercept system interrupts, you only
> can safely uninstall when the nobody else has trapped the same
> interrupt or, in other words, you can only uninstall when the
> interrupt vector is pointing to the TSR you are trying to uninstall.

This is an opportunity to jump on my AMIS soap box again, so I will.  This 
actually IS avoidable when the "involved" programs (in this case, SHSUCDX, 
VMSMOUNT, and any other programs that may be installed after those) implement 
AMIS.  IMO, all modern TSR's and device drivers should implement AMIS.

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