I'm using ImDisk to create a virtual drive in Windows 7. I use it as a temporary drive for documents, and it will be created every time the computer/windows restarts. This is working okay; however, I want to create the drive in physical memory instead of virtual memory.
In the configuration tab of Windows there is the 'ImDisk Virtual Disk Driver'. With this tool it is possible to create virtual disks in physical memory (see also image below), but the command-line version doesn't have a physical memory option or I can't figure out.
Is it possible to create virtual disks in physical memory at the command line?
This is the command-line batch code that I currently using:
imdisk -a -s 512M -m Z: -p "/fs:ntfs /v:RAMDISK /A:512 /q /c /y"
How do I do this?