Mounting is an operation similar lớn inserting a disc into drive. When DAEMON Tools is installed and integrated, you can mount images with double-click on the tệp tin in Explorer. But it is much more convenient khổng lồ work with images from DAEMON Tools program.

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DAEMON Tools mounts all popular types of virtual discs. The full danh mục of supported image formats can be found in file Associations. The program also works with ZIP, RAR và 7z archives, starting from DAEMON Tools 2.4, 5.1 & 5.2 respectively. Since DAEMON Tools 5.4, you also can mount WIM archives, và DAA images.

To mount image in DAEMON Tools, click Quick Mount button và choose needed image tệp tin in dialog:


Click Open button. DAEMON Tools will create virtual device automatically, so in a few second an image will be mounted.

Also you can mount an image from the Images tab contextual menu. Click the Store tile, right click the Images catalog và pick Add Images....


You can mount an image from Images catalog by double-clicking on it. Another option is lớn drag and drop an image file to the Images panel. Also you can go to the contextual thực đơn of an image and choose Mount option:


Also, an image can be mounted from DAEMON Tools Gadget or DAEMON Tools Agent.

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And finally you can mount image from Explorer directly or just drag & drop an image tệp tin from Explorer.

If an image is protected, you won"t be able khổng lồ mount it without a password.

In DAEMON Tools, you can adjust the emulation options while mounting an image. Advanced Mount wizard allows you to choose the mount point — drive letter, mount folder or physical device, — drive type — DT, SCSI or IDE — and DVD Region. Go to Images, choose the Advanced Mount option from the contextual thực đơn of an image in Images catalog.

Note that SCSI and IDE functionality is limited in Windows 10.

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To unmount an image, click the icon near a virtual drive in Quick Mount area, or pick the Unmount option in the contextual menu of a certain drive.