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Thread: Mount/Umount Context Menu Association without 3rd Party Tools

  1. #11
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    you can add contextmenus "eject" and "close" drive to all drives using vbscript. Here are the files. Don't forget to adjust everything for your system (paths etc.). This will work for real optical drives as well as virtual ones (only the virtual cdrom tray won't REALLY open, lol, but the currently loaded image will be unmounted)

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    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Drive\shell\Auswerfen]
    @=""

    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Drive\shell\Auswerfen\Command]
    @="\"C:\\Windows\\System32\\wscript.exe\" \"C:\\Program Files\\Util\\CD_Auswerfen.vbs\" %1"

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    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Drive\shell\Laufwerk schließen]
    @=""

    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Drive\shell\Laufwerk schließen\Command]
    @="\"C:\\Windows\\System32\\wscript.exe\" \"C:\\Program Files\\Util\\CD_Schliessen.vbs\" %1"


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    Set objArgs = WScript.Arguments
    driveletter = objArgs.Item(0) ' G:\
    driveletter2 = Replace(driveletter, "\", "") ' G: -> for WMI
    Set oWMP = CreateObject("WMPlayer.OCX.7")
    Set oCD = oWMP.cdromCollection.getByDriveSpecifier(drivelett er)
    oCD.Eject

    Set oCD = nothing
    Set oWMP = nothing


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    Set objArgs = WScript.Arguments
    driveletter = objArgs.Item(0) ' G:\
    driveletter2 = Replace(driveletter, "\", "") ' G: -> for WMI
    Set oWMP = CreateObject("WMPlayer.OCX.7")
    Set oCD = oWMP.cdromCollection.getByDriveSpecifier(drivelett er)
    oCD.Eject
    oCD.Eject

    Set oCD = nothing
    Set oWMP = nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palthron View Post
    Edit
    After meddling around with the Fast Explorer program, I've managed to create something like this

    The whole user interface is quite simple so I won't be writing a step-by-step tutorial for it unless asked.
    Thank you.
    i try to do this but i have 1 problem..

    i write good in parameters? because i have an errore when i try to mount


    what i wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palthron View Post
    Another method to insert an image mounting command to the context menu is by using the native SendTo submenu.
    1. Copy the Daemon Tools shortcut to C:\Documents and Settings\[UserName]\SendTo
    2. Right click on the file and click Properties (Or just press Alt + Enter on the keyboard)
    3. Edit the Target text box by adding " -mount 0," at the end of the path (This is called flagging). The end result would look like this : "C:\Program Files\DAEMON Tools\daemon.exe" -mount 0,"%1"
    To use it, right click on an image, enter the SendTo submenu, and click the Daemon Tools icon.

    NB : This image also reflect the result of what you'd get by using the first method described in my previous post. Look at the two first selection in the image.
    Edit
    After meddling around with the Fast Explorer program, I've managed to create something like this

    The whole user interface is quite simple so I won't be writing a step-by-step tutorial for it unless asked.
    Thank you.
    Well, it looks good, ideal, in fact, but does it really do all those sub-commands that are shown in the animation? How did you find those within Fast Explorer? I certainly can't figure it out. What is intuitive to some people amazes me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdwardBE View Post
    How did you find those within Fast Explorer?
    fyi: Palthron hasn't visited the site since 2006.
    the modern world:
    net helpmsg 4006

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palthron View Post
    Any particular reason not to use a readily available plugin such as awxDTools?
    i've been using this addon (for dtools v4) for a long time, it worked fine on xp sp2, but i guess because it hasn't been updated since 2006 it doesnt work with XP SP3 (32bits).

    i get a VC++2005 runtime error.

    is there a forum or website for this addon ? i've been using it for a long time on this laptop, but now it doesnt work anymore.

    And the thread i made yesterday here at dtools forum was deleted.

    Or moved god knows where

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palthron View Post
    Any particular reason not to use a readily available plugin such as awxDTools?

    Because those awxDtools do not work with Daemon Tools Pro Advanced....
    DT-PA should have this as an already integrated function (see manual below), but it just does not appear in my context menue.

    Does anybody know what to do?

    Quote Originally Posted by DTPA-Help
    In Windows Explorer open the folder with the image file to be mounted. Click the right mouse button on image file's icon and in the context menu run "Mount Image | disk" command or "Mount Image | Add new SCSI virtual drive and mount" or "Mount Image | Add new IDE virtual drive and mount" command.

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    @FrozenIceMan

    What about checking using shell in options?
    And your DT Pro Advanced version is?
    Make something idiot proof, but then they just make a better idiot
    Peace Through Power

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blazkowicz View Post
    @FrozenIceMan

    What about checking using shell in options?
    And your DT Pro Advanced version is?

    My version is v.4.10.0218.0.
    And I do not have this option in my preferences menue.
    Why?
    Is this option embedded in a newer version of DT-pro advanced?

    If yes, how do I get it?

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    The latest version of DAEMON Tools, DAEMON Tools lite 4.12.4 now installs with its own shell extension.
    the modern world:
    net helpmsg 4006

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