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  1. #1
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    Default autounmount timer

    Please add a auto unmount timer: if drive not inuse for x amount of time then unmount

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    why would you like to use the timer....
    it doesn't do anything use right??
    or do you have a good reason for it??

  3. #3

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    If you want to unmount all images to a specific time then i think you can just create a batch file with the unmount commands (see Daemon-Tools Help) and then use the WIndows Taskplaner to be excecuted at a specific time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrashoverraid View Post
    why would you like to use the timer....
    it doesn't do anything use right??
    or do you have a good reason for it??
    A very good reason might be when you're finished watching a movie image, you would like deamon tools to unmount.
    I'm using AnyDVD with Daemon Tools, and it's extremely annoying if I forget to unmount the image, and when I start Windows again the next day for example, anydvd autoruns the image in daemon tools.

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    Do you need the mounted images to be automatically (re-)mounted after (re-)boot? If you don't need it, you could disable automount to avoid this problem.
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