Can't mount iso file under Windows

by Kirk » Wed, 30 Jun 2010 02:52:41 GMT

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Under Windows, we're using the mksdcard.exe tool te create an ISO
file. We can use this file in emulator to emulate a sdcard. It works
very well.

Our problem is to mount this ISO file under Windows (emulator and
Eclipse is not started). We tested with 3 software (PowerISO, Daemon
Tools and Virtual Clone Drive), and we can't mount a drive with the
ISO file. Those softwares works because we can mount a drive with
another ISO file (not generated with mksdcard tool).

If someone has an idea about this problem ... Thanks in advance !



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