Backing up your original CDs and DVDs into ISO form has always been a good idea. You wouldn’t want to buy a disk by paying your hard earned cash, only to get it scratched latter on. If you’re one of those wise folks who keep keep there optical disks as ISO files, or you just grabbed a disk image off the internet and need to mount it as virtual drive, then gBurner Virtual Drive is all you need. This ultra light weight application is designed to lets you create and manage virtual drives on your PC. As most of us only have a single physical optical drive on our PC, this application can be especially useful for users who work with ISO images and need to mount multiple virtual disks at the time. It allows you to access your games, movies and music from your virtual CD/DVD-ROM without burning them on to a physical optical disk. While most of the applications of such nature only allow you to mount images in ISO file format, gBurner Virtual Drive on the other hand supports a large number of CD/DVD image file formats, including ISO, GBI, DAA, ISZ, IMG, DMA, BIN, MDF, VCD etc. You’d be pleased to know that you can create and mount a total of 16 virtual drives at a time, allowing you faster access than using a normal CD/DVD-ROM. Keep reading past the jump for more usage and other details.
Like other popular Virtual drive software available, gBurner Virtual Drive runs in the system tray. You can right-click its icon to reveal the context menu which houses options to Mount drives, Set Number of Drives, Unmount Drives and Options. The application is designed to allow you mount up to 16 drives, more than enough for power users.
Select Configuration from Options menu to access gBurner Virtual Drive Configuration window. It lets you set Virtual Drive Options such as Number of Virtual Drives, Autostart and Automount. Further more, it also allows you to edit drive letters from the Virtual Drive Letter Assignment menu. Also don’t forget to click OK to apply your changes.
gBurner Virtual Drive is powerful app for mounting your ISOs. And not just the ISOs, support for additional formats make the package a lot more appealing. It works on all 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. Testing was carried out on Windows 7 Ultimate, 64-bit edition.