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Tuesday, August 28, 2012 9:40 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Hi, I mounted an ISO file on one Windows Server 2012 computer through UNC path from another If you know the reason, why this solves the problem. Unbelievable, Microsoft always with surprises. To go to Default Programs go to a Windows UI screen and type in Default Programs  and press Enter.

right click on the ISO file, go to properties. Apparently, there's a flag that is set on the ISO file, which makes it unmountable. Saturday, December 07, 2013 1:22 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I found that even though I was receiving this error, the file was mounted correctly. uncheck read only, and click on unblock.

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After 90 mins of jacking around with this. This even occours on a recently installed system with the latest Windows 8.1 Update 1. I would be really happy about a coffee! :) Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. its the most effective workaround...

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So I ran SFC /SCANNOW or System File Checker. Tx in advance, Ronnie Peter March 14, 2015 | Hi folks, unfortunately, it does not work for me - copying ISO to another location MUST BE copy not MOVE, works but just beneath the "read only" option, check for something which says " this file has come from another computer, to protect…."; there is also an "unblock option in front of the Couldn't Mount File The Disc Image File Is Corrupted You won't be able to mount it if it is sitting on a network drive.

Same problem as yesterday! When you mount an ISO image, Windows automatically creates a virtual optical drive allowing you to explore the file's contents. I believe thekey for me wasto ensurethe context of the share drive wasrunning as administrator. Edited by Zenexer Sunday, December 08, 2013 5:14 PM Sunday, December 08, 2013 5:07 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote My ISO was already on the local disk

It turned out that the original ISO file was marked as sparse. Iso The Disk Image File Is Corrupted Click here for instructions on how to enable JavaScript in your browser. Jul 22, 2013 #1 Carleton Wu TS Rookie Posts: 18 Thanks for the tip! solved How to install Windows 8.1 with ISO?

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This indicates to me that the mapped drive may have been mapped in the context of a regular user that does not have permissions to the mount the iso. So nice to have this ability! Sorry There Was A Problem Mounting The File Windows 10 That didn't work in itself, either. Windows 10 Couldn't Mount File Proposed as answer by skumarr Wednesday, November 20, 2013 2:00 AM Wednesday, November 20, 2013 2:00 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Don't use Daemon Tools, it's bloated

anyone know ifMicrosoft are aware / have any plans to fix?? Jun 19, 2005 Trouble with Re-Installing Windows from Linux Mint 16 - ISO-USB Jan 30, 2014 Cant re-enable speakers Oct 15, 2008 Motherboard Mounting Question Oct 27, 2004 Motherboard mounting offsets Sunday, October 05, 2014 9:01 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote This is the method that worked best for me. Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. Couldn't Mount File Windows 8

It appears that the default application associated with the image causes the mount option to fail. Finally I decided we may need to run a Repair Install or Refresh Windows 8. I get the error yet itVisuallyorpartlymounts the drive. . ~Just a boy and blob in a small town world. card reader).

here's a picture: http://imgur.com/9niI4OqI haven't installed a real disk drive in, could that be why only Local Disk /:C appears in My Computer? 6 answers Last reply Jan 26, 2014 More Can't Mount Iso Windows 10 Steps (6 total) 1 Right-click the .ISO file, choose Properties. 2 Click the Change button. 3 Choose Windows Explorer from the application list. 4 The Opens With option will change back Its weird.

In such cases, rather than burning to disk and running it, it becomes a lot easier to just mount it and run it just like a disk.

This is on a fully-patched installation of Windows 8.1 Pro. In my case, on a drive marked CD (on a Surface??). You still have the option of installing a 3rd party app to handle ISO mounting if you wish (such as Virtual CloneDrive) but Windows can handle it just fine. The Disk Image File Is Corrupted Windows 10 fsutil sparse queryflag fsutil sparse setflag 0 fstutil sparse queryflag Also, I right clicked on the file and in the general tab, it said that the file came

Cargando... also, under general, there's an ption that says ‘unblock'. Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. %d bloggers like this: Recordármelo más tarde Revisar Recordatorio de privacidad de YouTube, una empresa de Google This may not always be the case.

G HACKER 1.841 visualizaciones 1:09 How to Mount or Burn Game and Install - Duración: 14:37. Acción en curso... Note also that you can use: Mount-DiskImage -ImagePath [Full path to iso including drive letter] (Useful tip, use the [TAB] key as your are typing the file path and the command Right click the iso and the mount worked.

Thursday, December 19, 2013 7:58 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks for this. Mount will be one of the top options. Strange stuff, this Windows 8 debacle. . . Couldn't sign you in, please try again.

Ejecting the mounted image is just as simple: select the entry and click a button in the ribbon. Thursday, May 22, 2014 1:57 AM Reply | Quote 3 Sign in to vote For anyone still experiencing this issue - I hit this snag on 8.1 U1 and resolved it Spark: New PoisonTap exploit tool ransacks locked computers over USB Spiceworks Originals Your morning news, a Community wrap up, a dinner recommendation, and the funnies. worked for me.

You may also... once the shortcut is created (of course you need to have permissions to the share) double-clicking on the iso will now work. More resources See also solved How do I create an ISO of the Windows 8.1 disk using ImgBurn? Acción en curso...

iso, microsoft, mount, technet, windows 8, windows 8.1 enterprise preview, windows 8.1 preview, windows server 2012 r2 71 Responses Nathan Maluk November 13, 2014 | Hi everyone. Snap! Wednesday, August 29, 2012 7:23 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote operating systems : server 2012 both. I imagine copying the iso image to the local drive would work, too.