The Windows .cmd batch script for Easy2Boot, MakePartImage.cmd, uses ImDisk to create a backing file and format it as FAT32. Recently someone tried the script using a large (33GB) ISO file as the source and hit the problem of Windows/ImDisk not being able to format the raw 33GB ramdisk volume as FAT32.
I was wondering what the easiest way would be to modify my script to overcome this problem?
The same user contacted me to say that he used Arsenal Recon image mounter to mount a 33GB ImDisk raw volume and then managed to format it using the 3rd party tool AOMEI.
What I would like however, is to not install any driver (if possible), or at least only install it when required and prompt the user first, and then format the volume from within the script automatically. I also need to be able to distribute it legally within the MPI download, etc.