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#26 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 18 December 2014 - 08:40 PM

I haven't tested "mounting" yet, but when attempting to unmount an existing VHD, I receive an error:

 

COMMAND: VMOUNT64.exe DETACH C:\Secure.vhdx
STDOUT: OpenVHD failed,1392

COMMAND: VMOUNT64.exe UMOUNT S:\
STDOUT: NULL

 

Any ideas?

Are you saying that you attempted to UNmount a NON mounted VHDx? :unsure:

Then what is corresponding to the S:\ drive? :dubbio:

HOW (which program/driver/whatever) made the C:\secure.vhdx be accessible as drive letter S:\ ?

Do you know that a .vhd is NOT a .vhdx (they are DIFFERENT formats)?

Are you running Windows 7 (which knows nothing about .vhdx) or Windows 8/8.1 (which has "native" support for both .vhd and .vhdx)?

http://www.eightforu...indows-8-a.html

 

:duff:

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#27 erwan.l

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Posted 18 December 2014 - 08:47 PM

I haven't tested "mounting" yet, but when attempting to unmount an existing VHD, I receive an error:

 

COMMAND: VMOUNT64.exe DETACH C:\Secure.vhdx
STDOUT: OpenVHD failed,1392

COMMAND: VMOUNT64.exe UMOUNT S:\
STDOUT: NULL

 

Any ideas?

 

1392 error code basically means file or directory is damaged or unreadable.

and as Wonko mentionned, it will work only if your O.S supports the vhdx format.

 

as for umount, drop the "\", it should be vmount umount s:



#28 erwan.l

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Posted 31 December 2016 - 04:06 PM

A quick update 2 years later.

 

New switches on the command line :

vmount compact path_to_vhd
vmount online disk_id
vmount offline disk_id
vmount ro disk_id
vmount rw disk_id
vmount attributes disk_id
 
Added to that, the vmount disks command will now show extra details (bustype and removable).
 
Example:
0       DISK    KINGSTON SVP100S296G    91580MB SATA            NON-REMOVABLE
1       DISK    DT 100 G2               3824MB  USB             REMOVABLE

Cheers and happy new year :)

 

Erwan







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