Error - Cannot Mount ISO Image From Network Folder?

May 27, 2013

Under Win 8 Pro 64-bit, I discovered the following oddity: When I try to mount an ISO image using the Windows' built-in mounting function, it works when the the ISO is located on a local drive, but NOT if it is on a network drive (linked to my NAS). The latter case yields an error saying that mounting failed without further explanation. (YES, the Iso file type is associated to Windows Explorer and YES, there is a spare drive letter after the local drive letters; actually my local drives are from B: (DVD) to D:, and the network drives are between F: and Z:, so that a mounted ISO receives a virtual drive at E: .

Qny better solution than installing third-party mounting software like DaemonTools?

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Windows 8 Refuses To Mount ISOP Image Because Image Is Sparse

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I have problem mounting .iso images in Windows 8 Pro.

The error message I was getting was this:

and in powershell I got this:

Essentially the problem is that windows .iso mounting does not like 'sparse' files. I had used Acronis backup to backup my original .iso files and this DOES use sparse files. You can check if a file is 'sparsed' by looking at the files details in properties. The 'P' in the attributes represents a sparse file. See the screenshot below.

The result? When I restored my .iso images I could no longer mount them.

The simplest solution I have found is to just copy the .iso to a new file - this seems to create the new file without the sparse flag set.

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Anyway, if I copy the file to the desktop first, or another non UAC folder, its fine.

I am aware of Windows 8.1 causing some other issues with the NAS so I have disabled SMB2 and Large MTU.

I have witnessed this exact same problem on someone else's 213+ and Windows 8.1 so I know I am not alone.

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I started looking into this problem and indeed one of the partitions does not meet the requirements. There are following partitions on my drive:

DISKPART> list partition

Partition ### Type Size Offset
------------- ---------------- ------- -------
Partition 1 Recovery 300 MB 1024 KB
Partition 2 System 100 MB 301 MB
Partition 3 Reserved 128 MB 401 MB
Partition 4 Primary 74 GB 529 MB
Partition 5 Primary 390 GB 75 GB

Partition 1 has only 13MB free space. Partition 2 has 70MB free space, partition 3 is MSFTRES, partition 4 is my C drive with around 35GB free and partition 5 is not included in system image.
Partitions were create like this during installation of Windows 8 - clean install from scratch. I am using UEFI so the drive is GPT formatted.

So I thought, OK I can resize my C drive a little, move the partitions and expand the 1st one. I tried using GParted but it is not able to move the MSFTRES partition. It does not recognize the file system on it.

So the question is: Is it possible to "clean up" the 1st partition in anyway? If not, is there anything special about MSFTRES partition? Or can I just remove it and create it a little further and just flag it as msftres with GParted?

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USB is volatile storage, and can be erased. I prefer hardcopy backups for this reason.

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Error details: The requested system device cannot be identified due to multiple indistinguishable devices potentially matching the identification criteria Ox80073B92"

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[Code] ........

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Other OS Description Not Available
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
System Name TOSHIBA

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