Virtual Drive SDK allows you to create and manage virtual disks that appear in Windows as regular disks. Virtual disk can be located anywhere: on hard disk, network, random access memory, database etc.
Version: 1.60Virtual Drive SDK allows to create and manage virtual disks that appear in Windows as regular disks. Virtual disk can be located anywhere: on hard disk, network, random access memory, database etc.
License: Free To Try
Operating System: Windows
To do this on your own you need to develop a driver that requires deep knowledge of operating system internals, and a lot of time for debugging and testing it.
Virtual Drive SDK makes possible to implement read / write operations without having to develop your own kernel driver.
All necessary part of boring work is done, so you can focus on storage, encryption etc.
VDSDK now supports x86_64 environment as well as x86.
Version 1.60: - CDROM emulation (using .iso file image) (beta) - Floppy disks emulation (beta) - VDSDK service: command line switches - Virtual disks count limit greatly increased - Bug fixed: formatting from the service - Bug fixed: "ghost" drive in Windows 7 after dismounting
Version 1.52: - Bug fixed: regular user with enabled UAC in Vista problem - Bug fixed: mount timeouts in Win2k - Bug fixed: memory leaks in COM interface
Version 1.40: - Borland Delphi sample - Bug fixed: multiple VDSDK initialization/deinitialization - VDSDK Stand-alone mode (without installation) - Additional drive flag: removable drive - VDSDK notification handlers - Removable RAM disk C++ sample - Removable RAM disk python sample
Version 1.3: - Feature added: IVirtualDriveFile interface - Updated samples and documentation - Fixed some bugs