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Un-mount trough batch

Discussion in 'Virtual CloneDrive' started by 3zzY, Jun 8, 2007.

  1. 3zzY

    3zzY New Member

    I got a copy of my game on my computer.
    The thing is, i like to keep it .iso, for space saving.
    Now i created myself a batch file, where it mounts the file in VirtualCloneDrive, and launches the game on key down.

    The thing is now, when i exit my game, the window is still there, and then i want it to unmount on key down. i know how to eject the disc, but have no clue on the unmount, sins I haven't much experience with batch at all. I just read, and created the working batch. Would anyone know of a command that makes it unmount?

    I would be so glad if i got some serious response on this one ;)
  2. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    VCDMount /u
  3. 3zzY

    3zzY New Member

    OK, I tried this now.
    All i get is that "VCDMount" ain't a internal, external or a runnable program.
    I even changed the drive to H: first, with is the VCD disc. Could you give some more explaining info please?
  4. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    VCDMount comes with Virtual CloneDrive, so I assumed it should be obvious that it is located in the directory, where Virtual CloneDrive is installed.
    See changes_vcd.txt (History) for command line options (search for VCDMount)
  5. 3zzY

    3zzY New Member

    OK, i got it all working now, thank you!

    In case someone want to see the bat i created now, ill post it as code below here.

    @echo off
    @echo Tomb Raider Anniversary Disc is ready!
    @echo Push a button to start game...
    @echo off
    @echo Push a button to un-mount disc and quit...
    @echo off
    cd programfiler
    cd "Elaborate Bytes"
    cd VirtualCloneDrive
    VCDMount /u