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  1. Brink's Avatar
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    Steve C said:
    Using Option 5, is there a way of specifying the drive letter to be used for the mounted ISO image?
    Hello Steve,


    After you run the command to mount the ISO, you can run the command below in PowerShell to change the drive letter to a specified drive letter.

    (Get-DiskImage "Full path of ISO file" | Get-Volume).<drive letter you want>

    For example: (Get-DiskImage "E:\Image Files\Windows 10\Windows10_20H2.iso" | Get-Volume).G
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       #31

    Good what are the supported image file extensions to be executed in the aforementioned tutorial?
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    Underthaker said:
    Good what are the supported image file extensions to be executed in the aforementioned tutorial?
    Hello Underthaker,

    The mount and unmount feature in this tutorial is for .iso and .img file types.
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    Thanks partner Brink.
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    Underthaker said:
    Thanks partner Brink.
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    I need some help with this the option to mount in windows itself is gone. None of the solutions has worked so far I prefer not to use a third party software for something windows can do. I already tried to properties to change association but the file explorer option just isn't there. I also tried default apps by file type the windows explorer option isn't there either. Default apps by app then manage shows that file explorer behind explorer, burn selection, erasedisc and zipselection but no other options. thanks
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  7. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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    Jay150 said:
    the file explorer option just isn't there.
    Have you tried the following command?

    Explorer "D:\A folder\An image.iso"

    It works on both PowerShell and Command Prompt.
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    Jay150 said:
    I need some help with this the option to mount in windows itself is gone. None of the solutions has worked so far I prefer not to use a third party software for something windows can do.
    'Mount' is not offered if you have iso's associated with some other program. Assuming that's so, you may be able to mount the iso with that program.

    To restore the association see
    Restore Default File Type Associations in Windows 10
    - search that for
    iso
    and use that reg file as per the tutorial.
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       #38

    Matthew Wai said:
    Have you tried the following command?

    Explorer "D:\A folder\An image.iso"

    It works on both PowerShell and Command Prompt.
    No I have not does that command restore the option permanently ?

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    dalchina said:
    'Mount' is not offered if you have iso's associated with some other program. Assuming that's so, you may be able to mount the iso with that program.

    To restore the association see
    Restore Default File Type Associations in Windows 10
    - search that for
    iso
    and use that reg file as per the tutorial.
    I tried option one in the link without success. Option 2 worked thanks
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  10. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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       #39

    Explorer "D:\A folder\An image.iso"

    Replace D:\A folder\An image.iso with the actual path of your ISO file.
    Run the command on PowerShell or Command Prompt and see whether the ISO file will be mounted.
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