Users account type and mounting an ISO image

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balubeto
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Users account type and mounting an ISO image

Post by balubeto » Sat Jun 19, 2010 1:18 am

HI

I installed TotalMounter 1.33 on XP Pro SP3.

1) How do I create another virtual CD/DVD as the one created by the installer?

2) When I try to mount, on this Virtual CD/DVD, an ISO image from a Users account type, the message "Can not mount this image! c000003a" is displayed. Why? I do not have problems to mount this ISO from an Administrators account type.

THANKS

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Re: Users account type and mounting an ISO image

Post by Olivia (staff) » Sun Jun 20, 2010 7:28 pm

Administrators account is not needed for mount a ISO file.
c000003a means the file not be found, is the file in a user's profile forder or non-english forlder?

>How do I create another virtual CD/DVD as the one created by the installer?
Is your means create more than one virtual CD/DVD? Do not need to set the count, you may mount one image file and press the Mount button to mount another one.
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Re: Users account type and mounting an ISO image

Post by balubeto » Mon Jun 21, 2010 2:30 am

Olivia (staff) wrote:Administrators account is not needed for mount a ISO file.
c000003a means the file not be found, is the file in a user's profile forder or non-english forlder?
I noticed that this error only appears when I try to mount an image stored on a network drive. Why?
>How do I create another virtual CD/DVD as the one created by the installer?
Is your means create more than one virtual CD/DVD? Do not need to set the count, you may mount one image file and press the Mount button to mount another one.
How do I create more than one Virtual CD/DVD?

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Re: Users account type and mounting an ISO image

Post by Olivia (staff) » Mon Jun 21, 2010 11:40 pm

>I noticed that this error only appears when I try to mount an image stored on a network drive. Why?
Network path do not supported by the current version, we'd like to add support it next version.
>How do I create more than one Virtual CD/DVD?
You can't set the numer of virutal CD/DVD drives, but you can mount two or more iso files to create more than one drives.
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Users account type and mounting an ISO image

Post by viamumsCili » Sat Dec 24, 2011 11:32 pm

Agreed but then I look at how I have been running at home and I dont need this. At work I need it and it will save me a lot of time but at home I have not mounted a ISO image in - 2 years...

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