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WinMount reviews: How to mount Image, mount RAR files, mount ZIP files using WinMount software

06/21/2010 13:55:47

How to mount an Image? How to mount RAR files? How to mount ZIP files? WinMount is a useful mounting software, which can let you mount ZIP, RAR, ISO file to a new virtual drive so that you can use those files inside directly.

 

WinMount support of mounting ZIP, RAR, ISO, CUE/BIN, MDS/ MDF, CCD, BWT, CDI, NRG, PDI, B5T and ISZ formats. It can mount a folder to new drive. You can also create a disk image file and mount it to a new drive. You can choose if write data back to disk image file or not. This makes you away from virus.

 

Features of WinMount

 

  • Mount ZIP archives on a virtual CD-ROM without uncompressing them;
  • Mount RAR archives on a virtual CD-ROM without uncompressing them;
  • Support multi-volume RAR archives;
  • Support solid RAR archives;
  • Support RAR archives with password;
  • Support most image formats including VCD, DVD;
  • Mount IMG and RAW IMG archives on a virtual CD-ROM

 

Supported archive formats

 

  • Support ZIP archives;
  • Support RAR;
  • Mount CUE;
  • Mount BIN;
  • Mount CCD (CloneCD),
  • Mount BWT (Blindwrite),
  • Mount MDS (Media Descriptor File);
  • Mount CDI (Discjuggler), NRG (Nero);
  • Mount PDI (Instant CD/DVD);
  • Mount B5T (BlindWrite 5);
  • Mount ISZ (Compressed ISO images) ;
  • Mount CD-ROM image files

 

WinMount interface

 

How to mount a rar file

 

How to mount Image, mount RAR files, mount ZIP files

 

Mount rar files

 

Mount A RAR Archive
1. Select "Mount RAR" from WinMount main menu or icon
2. Select a RAR files
Done

 

Unmount A RAR Archive
1. Select a virtual drive from WinMount Interface
2. Click "Unmount" button
Done

 

Mount A ZIP Archive
1. Select "Mount ZIP" from WinMount main menu or icon
2. Select a ZIP files
Done

 

Unmount A ZIP Archive
1. Select a virtual drive from WinMount Interface
2. Click "Unmount" button
Done

 

Mount A Image File
1. Select "Mount Image" from WinMount main menu or icon
2. Select a Image files
Done

 

Unmount A Image File
1. Select a virtual drive from WinMount Interface
2. Click "Unmount" button
Done

 

Right Click a file in Windows Explorer

 

You can right click a RAR file in Windows Explorer, and select "WinMount | Mount". You can mount the file on a new drive, such as H: or K: or whatever you like.

 

Drag a file to WinMount Interface

 

Open WinMount, drag a file to WinMount Interface directly, you can mount the file as a virtual drive that you dragged.

 

Compress files with Right-Click

 

Select the files that you want to compress, right-click, WinMount - Add to.. or Add to xxx.

 

Tips: You can also use command lines to Mount files or Unmount virtual drives.

 

Command Lines

 

winmount -wmt:D:test -drv:V -sectors:0x40000
-wmt:D:test path(d:) and file(test) needed to be created. a suffix to the file name should be specified within 3 characters.
-drv:V specify the drive letter(V).
-sectors: 0x40000 0x40000 specifies the sector size(0x40000) for the drive to be created, which is 256MB.

 

winmount D:testtest.wmt -drv:V -sectors:0x40000
D:testtest.wmt path(d:test) and file( test.wmt) needed to be created.
-drv:V specify the drive letter(V).
-sectors: 0x40000 specify the sector address(0x40000) for the drive to be created, usually the drive size is 256MB.

 

winmount D:testtest.wmt -drv:V
D:testtest.wmt if D:testtest.wmt exists, winmount will open and mount it on drive V:; if it doesn't exist, winmount will create and mount it on drive V:. The default capacity of the drive is 32GB and it has been formatted.
-drv:V specify the drive letter(V).

 

winmount D:testtest.wmt
D:testtest.wmt if D:testtest.wmt exists, winmount will open and mount it on the default drive; if it doesn't exist, winmount will create and mount it on the default drive. The default capacity of the drive is 32GB and it has been formatted.

 

winmount D:testtest.wmt -drv:V -NoWriteBack
Winmount will mount test.wmt on drive V: which is writable, but the parameter -NoWriteBack disallows anything written to the drive to be written back to the file test.wmt

 

winmount D:Test.zip -drv:V
Mount D:Test.zip on drive V: If drive V: doesn't exist, winmount will create it, then mount D:Test.zip on it; If drive V: has already been created in FAT32 by winmount, the file Test.zip will be mounted on it directly, otherwise an error will occur.

 

winmount D:test.zip -drv:v:test
winmount d:test.zip -drv:v:test
Mount test.zip to directory V:test If drive V: doesn't exist, winmount will create it first, then mount D:Test.zip to V:test; If drive V: hasalready been created in FAT32 by winmount, the file Test.zip will be mounted to V:test directly, otherwise an error will occur.

 

winmount D:test.rar -drv:V
winmount D:test.rar -drv:v:test
winmount d:test.rar -drv:v:test
Ditto

 

winmount D:test_1.iso -drv:V
Mount D:test_1.iso on drive V: which must not exist before you can use this command, otherwise printf () will be called to report error message.

 

winmount D:test_1.cue -drv:V
Mount D:test_1.cue on drive V: which must not exist before you can use this command, otherwise printf () will be called to report error message.

 

winmount D:test_1.nrg -drv:V
Mount D:test_1.nrg on drive V: which must not exist before you can use this command, otherwise printf () will be called to report error message.

 

winmount D:test_1.mds -drv:V
Mount D:test_1.mds on drive V: which must not exist before you can use this command, otherwise printf () will be called to report error message.

 

winmount D:test_1.ccd -drv:V
Mount D:test_1.ccd on drive V: which must not exist before you can use this command, otherwise printf () will be called to report error message.

 

winmount D:test_1.bwt -drv:V
Mount D:test_1.bwt on drive V: which must not exist before you can use this command, otherwise printf () will be called to report error message.

 

winmount D:test_1.cdi -drv:V
Mount D:test_1.cdi on drive V: which must not exist before you can use this command, otherwise printf () will be called to report error message.

 

winmount D:test_1.pdi -drv:V
Mount D:test_1.pdi on drive V: which must not exist before you can use this command, otherwise printf () will be called to report error message.

 

winmount D:test_1.b5t -drv:V
Mount D:test_1.b5t on drive V: which must not exist before you can use this command, otherwise printf () will be called to report error message.

 

winmount D:test_1.isz -drv:V
Mount D:test_1.isz on drive V: which must not exist before you can use this command, otherwise printf() will be called to report error message.

 

winmount -dir:d:test -drv:V
Mount directory d:test and all the files included on drive V:
If drive V: is not created by winmount, printf() will be called to report error message. If drive V: doesn't exist, winmount will create it first.

 

winmount -unmount:V
Unmount drive V:
No matter drive V: exists( but not created by winmount) or not, no error
dialog will pop up.

 

winmount -unmountall
Unmount all virtual drives created by winmount

 

winmount -file:d:aa.script
Read every line in aa.script and execute them one by one as command lines.
If there is such character as ';' or ' '(space) placed at the beginning of a line, meaning that this line should be skipped.

 

The following is an example for aa.script:

 

-zip:d:test.zip -drv:R:test

 

-zip:d:TrayApp.zip -drv:R:

 

-file:d:test.script

 

-rar:d:MSniffer.rar -drv:s

 

test.script

 

What's WMT

 

WMTis a format which is self-developed by WinMount, it can be created and opened with WinMount.

 

How create a .WMT files?

 

You can select the Generate a Drive from WinMount main menu, or click Mount Drive button.

 

1. Create a .WMT files with Write-Back, it can be written and auto save the modification when you exit WinMount. Choose Write-Back to files, and then you can select the path.

 

Mounting rar files

 

2. Create a .WMT files with No Write-Back. Click OK, a .WMT files has been created. You can write the files, but the file will be lost when you exit WinMount.

 

How to mount a.rar file

 

How open the .WMT files?

 

1. Open the .WMT files

 

  • You can right click a WMT file in Windows Explorer, and select WinMount | Mount, you can mount the RAR file on a new drive. It can be written and auto saves the modification when you exit WinMount. Choose Write-Back to files, and then you can select the path.
  • You can select mount WMT image file from WinMount main menu, then you can select your .WMT files, you can mount the RAR file on a new drive. it can be written and auto save the modification when you exit WinMount. Choose Write-Back to files, and then you can select the path.

 

2. Open the .WMT files with Read-Only

 

You can select the Mount Image files Read-Only from WinMount main menu, and select your .WMT files. However, the modification will be lost when you exit WinMount, only remains the original files.

 

Have you installed WinRAR, WinZIP, Daemon Tools or some other CD/DVD-ROM emulators in your computer? Yes? You can wipe out all of them right away because now WinMount is your best choice. WinMount can mount Iamge, mount RAR files, mount ZIP files etc. It can bring you everything they have got as well as much more powerful extra functions they don't own.

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