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ImgDrive 1.9.3

ImgDrive

ImgDrive is a CD/DVD/BD emulator - a tool that allows you to mount optical disc images by simply clicking on them in Windows Explorer. If you have downloaded an ISO image and want to use it without burning it to a blank disc, ImgDrive is the easiest way to do it.

ImgDrive features:

  • One-click mounting of iso, cue, nrg, mds/mdf, ccd, isz images
  • Runs on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows versions
  • Mount ape, flac, m4a, wav, wavpack, tta file as AUDIO CD (16-bit/44.1kHz)
  • Mount a folder as DVD/BD
  • Mount images in command line
  • Does not require rebooting after installation
  • Support up to 7 virtual drives at the same time
  • Support multi session disc image (ccd/mds/nrg)
  • A special portable version is available
  • Translated to more than 10 languages
  • ImgDrive is freeware, you may use it at no cost

Support File Type:

  • .ccd - CloneCD image files
  • .cue - Cue sheets files of ape/flac/m4a/tta/wav/wv/bin
  • .iso - Standard ISO image files
  • .isz - Compressed ISO image files
  • .nrg - Nero image files
  • .mds - Media descriptor image files

ImgDrive 1.9.3 changelog:

  • Added native support for Windows on ARM64
  • Load the selected image file to the corresponding drive via hotkeys
  • Added ID and SCSI column
  • Added show drive location and drive letter in properties dialog
  • Removed the ugly focus rectangle on drive list view
  • Fixed invoke hotkeys when configuring them
  • Added save drive list column layout
  • Update language files
  • Fixed unable to install driver in some cases
  • Added doesn't load driver in safe mode
  • Fixed there is no progress while creating the iso
  • Added eject unmounts image

Download: ImgDrive 1.9.3 | 948 KB (Freeware, paid upgrade available)
Download: ImgDrive Portable 453 KB
View: ImgDrive Home Page

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