ImgDrive Portable is a free CD/DVD/BD emulator. It uses the same kernel driver (imgdrive.sys) with ImgDrive.

ImgDrive Portable is designed as a single exe to run directly, you need 'Install Drive' before mounting images, and you can 'Uninstall Drive' when no need it anymore. (it's not a traditional 'portable' we called)

  1. Feature
  2. How to use
  3. Command Line
  4. Shortcuts

1. Feature

2. How to use

1. Install Driver

As a CD/DVD/BD emulator, the device driver(s) have to be installed. You can uninstall the driver at any moment using this program.

2. Mount

After driver is successfully installed, you can click Mount... button to mount a image.
or
Drag a image file to this window.

3. Uninstall Driver

You can click Uninstall Driver button to uninstall ImgDrive driver.

3. Command Line

  -m[:DriveLetter/DriveID] ImageFile   Mount image file to specify drive
  -m ImageFile                         Mount image file to the first drive
  -u[:DriveLetter/DriveID]             Unmount drive
  -u ImageFile                         Unmount image file
  -u                                   Unmount all drives
  -l                                   List all drives
  -xi                                  Install driver, requires admin privileges to run
  -xu                                  Uninstall driver, requires admin privileges to run

Examples:
  imgdrive.exe -m:1 d:\tst.iso         Mount d:\tst.iso to the first drive
  imgdrive.exe -m:e d:\tst.iso         Mount d:\tst.iso to drive E
  imgdrive.exe -m:e d:\foo\            Mount folder d:\foo\ to drive E
  imgdrive.exe -m d:\foo\              Mount folder d:\foo\ to the first drive E
  imgdrive.exe -u:e                    Unmount drive E:
  imgdrive.exe -u:1                    Unmount the first drive
  imgdrive.exe -u                      Unmount all drives

Notes:
  DriveLetter with a letter from A to Z
  DriveID with a number from 1 to 7
  If do not specify DriveLetter/DriveID, the first drive is used by default
  All parameters are case-insensitive
  Switches can start with a slash / or dash -

4. Shortcuts

ShortcutFunction
Insert or Ctrl+MMount Image...
Delete or Ctrl+UUnmount
Ctrl+Delete or Ctrl+Alt+UUnmount All Drives
Ctrl+OOpen