Many years ago, I used to create virtual disks using Hddimage and I used to mount them with these amazing little scripts that rely on Microsoft's "virtual storage driver" :
virtual storage driver - Windows 2K/XP/2003 - reboot.pro
Nowadays in Windows 10, this doesn't seem to work any longer. I could be wrong but I'm pretty sure there is nothing wrong with the scripts themselves, it's only about the drivers. Is there somewhere a new version of the "virtual storage driver" for Windows 10 ?
My goal is to mount raw disk images as complete disks, so they appear like any other "physical" disk and be partitioned, formatted, so their MBR can be changed, so their signature can be changed, etc....