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Z:\>MOUNT Current mounted drives are: Drive Z is mounted as Internal Virtual Drive
To mount a folder as a drive, follow this basic template.
MOUNT [Drive-Letter] [Local-Directory]
The local directory can be specified relative to the working directory from which DOSBox was started.
To unmount a drive, follow this basic template.
MOUNT -u [Drive-Letter]
- 1 Usage Examples
- 1.1 Windows
- 1.2 Linux
- 1.3 Mac OSX
- 1.4 Using your mounted drive
Mounting a folder from your harddrive
Z:\>MOUNT C C:\DOSGAMES
Mounting a floppy drive
Z:\>MOUNT A A:\ -t floppy
Mounting a CD-Rom drive
Z:\>MOUNT D D:\ -t cdrom
Extra CD ROM options
-t [floppy|cdrom] Define how the mounted folder should behave to the emulated operating system. -usecd [drive #] For direct hardware emulation ie: audio playback, etc. -cd = Generate a list of local CD ROM drive's "drive #" values -label [name] = Set the volume name of the drive (all caps) -ioctl = Lowest level of hardware access (Win 2K, XP and Linux)...follows the -usecd command Z:\>MOUNT D D:\ -t cdrom -usecd 0 -ioctl -label GAME_CD
Mounting an ISO-File as volume
Z:\>IMGMOUNT E C:\Images\MyImage.iso -t iso
Mounting a CUE/BIN-Pair as volume
If the game plays additional music tracks from the cd (mixed mode), you can still mount it as an image file. Since ISO can only contain pure data, the image has to be in the CUE/BIN format. You mount it with
Z:\>IMGMOUNT E C:\Images\MyImage.cue -t iso
The BIN-file has to be in the same folder as the CUE-file. It is also possible to use a cuescheet in combination with an ISO and compressed audio tracks in OGG or MP3 format.
Mounting Multiple Images (ISO or CUE/BIN)
Z:\>IMGMOUNT E C:\Images\MyImage1.iso C:\Images\MyImage2.iso -t iso
When mounting multiple images (useful for any application which requires discs to be swapped while it is running), you can then switch between the mounted disk-images by pressing Ctrl+F4 (by default) while your application is running.
Z:\>MOUNT C ~/DOSGAMES
Z:\>MOUNT D /MEDIA/CDROM/ -T CDROM
Z:\>IMGMOUNT E ~/IMAGES/MYIMAGE.ISO -T ISO
Z:\>MOUNT C ~/DOSGAMES
Z:\>IMGMOUNT D ~/Documents/IMAGE.toast -t iso
Using your mounted drive
To change to the newly mounted virtual drive simply type
For example (If you mounted a Local-Directory to the Drive-Letter C)