VCDMount could not mount ISO file

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Hello friends, I have here a scenario that I encountered while using VCDmount, I cannot mount my ISO file, below is the error message screen I pasted.

Can’t mount 0, D:MedienDBISOTheAbyss

As you can see in the above screen shot, VCDmount runs, but the problem is it cannot mount the ISO file that I want to use virtually, I already acquired another copy of the ISO file for me to try, but same case happens, it cannot mount the file, I used VCDmount days ago, with same process I am doing now, I did not encounter any problem, please share your ideas on my problem, thanks friends.

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #124706

VCDMount could not mount ISO file

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There are many option left with the many third party software or the own operating systems tool of the option can be utilized to mount the ISO images, as the name explains ISO know as International Organization for Standardization is an archive file. Which used to dump an information as single point of contact to elaborate the information on the requirement.

There are various reason are there of the failure to mount the ISO image, but as the basic diagnostic step please be make sure that the ISO    International Organization for Standardization file or the image has not crashed. If it doesn’t you will be lucky, so you can find the better toll available in the market to mount successfully

Answered By 0 points N/A #124707

VCDMount could not mount ISO file

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It sounds soothing.

At first i might have couple of things to ask you before answer…

1) is the vcdmount file from virtual clone drive? or separate software?

2) have you ever used any other software or daemon tools?

Solution:

1) go to the folder where your vcdmount.exe file is located

2) you can check the file configure.exe to make the change

3) then edit the following object where the drive located >>> mediabrowserxml.config

Hope it helps

Answered By 0 points N/A #124708

VCDMount could not mount ISO file

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You have to download POWERISO software from www.poweriso.com. Once the program is downloaded, right click on the file and click mount. Then run the file. Easy.

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