DVDFab Virtual Drive

DVDFab Virtual Drive



This program received 10 awards

Video tutorial and screenshots

  • File Associations
  • General Settings
  • The Welcome Window
  • Tray Menu
  • Settings Window
  • Main window
  • Main Window
  • Mounting An Image
  • Virtual Drive

Editorial review

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Margie Smeer Senior editor

DVDFab Virtual Drive is a small and handy tool that lets you create virtual drives which you may use to open DVD/Blu-Ray disc images. This simple yet powerful virtual drive emulator lets you add up to 18 drives to your system. It can mount various types of disc images to the emulated virtual drives, including the popular ISO but also UDF, NRG, CCD, BIN, DVD, IMG, and MINISO.
Furthermore, this neat little utility offers a fast and simple method of creating MINISO disc images that allow loading and playing images created from DVD/Blu-ray movie folders. As you can see, it offers plenty of cool features though it is a free application. It packs simple additional features that put you in complete control over the way it works. For example, it can be configured to start with Windows, to automatically mount the last images automatically, or to automatically unmount all images on program exit.

DVDFab Virtual Drive is also simple and easy-to-use. It doesn’t come with a typical interface, featuring only a tray menu and a “Settings” window. Anyway, its options are clear, straightforward and self-explanatory; therefore even beginners should be able to use this tool without any problem. Cutting a long story short, I like everything about this neat little freeware and I think it is one of the best virtual drive creation, mounting and management utilities that one can find.


  • Easy-to-use.
  • Simple, small, neat, and lightweight.
  • Can emulate 18 drives.
  • Can create MINISO images.
  • Free.


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    Guest Last year

    After install Windows 10, DVDFab Virtual Drive Doesn't show any letter to mount the iso file.
    Can you help me?


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