Okay, I have a problem with the latest version of ImDisk (version 2.0.10). As we all know, ImDisk can read partitions formatted as either FAT or FAT32, but for some reason why I try to mount a hard disk image formatted as a NTFS partition created using Windows 2000 and later, the image file offset is displayed as 0 instead of an offset of 63 sectors and when I try to mount it, Windows tells me the following:
Windows format message: https://imgur.com/a/k74RlHU
When I manually select the image offset for a NTFS formatted partition to 63 sectors, I still get this error message. There needs to be a prompt where you need to select partition in disk image if the drive is formatted as NTFS as well.
This example that I provided when I mounted the hard disk image D:\WinXP\hdd0.vmdk, the VMware compressed hard disk image where Windows XP is installed. When ImDisk mounts the hard disk image, it recognises it as drive I.
Please look into this issue as soon as possible. Thanks!
Edited by ppgrainbow, 10 December 2018 - 01:58 AM.