ImDisk Toolkit: Ramdisk for Windows and Mounting of Image Files

There are a lot of useful applications available all over the Internet that you can use to mount hard drive, CD-ROM, or floppy image files, etc. However, very few of them support creating one or many ramdisks with different parameters. ImDisk Toolkit is an all-in-one program that allows you to mount image files on virtual drives in both physical and virtual memory. It allows you to mount an ISO image file as removable media as well as read-only.

ImDisk Toolkit

The ImDisk Toolkit extends the ImDisk Virtual Disk Driver with a more user-friendly interface and a few other adjustments and improvements. That makes it a lot easier to use.

You can use this free utility to mount an image file on any available disc letter. After installing the ImDisk Toolkit on your Windows computer, right-click on an ISO image file that you want to mount as a virtual drive and choose Mount as ImDisk Virtual Disk from the context menu.

To mount the image file on a virtual disc, create a new window, pick the parameters, and then click on the OK button.

ImDisk Toolkit allows you to select the drive letter of your choice and has the option to mount the image file on startup. Apart from the ISO images, you are allowed to mount the following file formats virtually:-

  1. raw formats (img, ima, raw, VFD, etc.)
  2. dmg
  3. SDI
  4. vhd, vdi, and vmdk (static, dynamic, and vmdk multipart)
  5. iso, nrg, and bin

The ImDisk Toolkit is a fantastic application that is based on the ImDisk Virtual Disk Driver. It is an excellent toolset for both novice and advanced users that want a virtual drive on a regular basis.

Download ImDisk Toolkit

You may get the most recent version of this free toolkit at sourceforge.net. There are two executable files available, one for 32-bit and another for the 64-bit operating system—Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 (32 or 64-bit). According to the toolkit’s developer, some picture file formats may require.NET Framework 4, which is already included in Windows 8 and later.

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