CallbackDisk 2.0

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With CallbackDisk component you can create and manage virtual disk devices within the software application that you develop and expose these disks to Windows as if they were real disk devices. The disks become visible to all processes in the system.

Software information
Platform:
Windows Vista/XP/2000
Publisher:
Tony Steel
Price:
$4117
File size:
8.73 Mb
Date added:
February 6, 2011
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Description from the Publisher
With CallbackDisk component you can create and manage virtual disk devices within your application and expose these disks to Windows as if they were real disk devices. The disks become visible to all processes in Windows. CallbackDisk provides a driver, which calls your application when it needs to perform reading or writing to the disk. And your application can store the actual disk data anywhere it needs: in memory, over the net etc.
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