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I am using Windows 8 Pro RTM. It now has the support of mounting ISO files as a system drive, but when the computer is restarted, the ISOs are not mounted anymore.

How can I make this mount permanent (either through a Windows option or a batch script)?

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Why not extract the ISO to a partition or convert it to a VHD? – Tom Wijsman Sep 1 '12 at 11:47
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Basically you want an ISO file to be mounted each time you Logon to your PC. You have two methods to do this:

  1. Open run and type in shell:startup, this will open up the Startup Folder. Place a shortcut to ISO here, and This will work.

  2. (Better Option) Execute this in Admin CMD

reg add HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run /v "Mount ISO" /d "{location to ISO}"

This should work.

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hi, Why is the registry option "better"? thx – johny why Oct 31 '14 at 23:39

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