iMountX
iMountX
2.1

2.0

iMountX free download for Mac

iMountX2.1

06 May 2019

Quickly mount drives or partitions.

Overview

iMount is a GUI application for the Terminal command dutil. Scan for attached HD (usb or firewire). Mount and unmount volumes

What's new in iMountX

Version 2.1:
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5 Reviews of iMountX

Billbar
16 October 2009
Version: 1.2

Most helpful

Would be handy if it mounted plugged in, but unmounted, flash drives.
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NedC
06 May 2019
Version: 2.1
Works as advertised. Thanks for the update.
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Billbar
16 October 2009
Version: 1.2
Would be handy if it mounted plugged in, but unmounted, flash drives.
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2.75
Mark-E-Rosen
20 December 2005
Version: 1.0
I liked the old .9b version better worked faster-- simple interface very similar to the old scsi probe Don't like the unmount button-- way too slow Plus there are about a dozen ways to unmount a volume that are faster-- drag to tash, click arrow on the sidebar, add a button thn the toobar, etc. -- all work faster This version is slower-- gives a message that its mounting the drive not necesary--- if its not on the desktop its not mounted
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Reverb
08 April 2005
Version: 1.0
To clarify the MacUpdate description: this is a graphical interface to the built-in 'diskutil' command. I guess I don't understand why this any better than Apple's GUI, Disk Utility. It does all of the same things and more, with a better interface, and without the misspellings. On the plus side, the price is right and it didn't crash on me.
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Anonymous
25 November 2004
Version: 0.9b
i downloaded this because i was having trouble getting a partition on my hard drive to mount [even tho' diskwarrior and disc utility gave it a clean bill of health]. i fired up imount and set it to mounting the partion. it brought up a 'please wait' window for a few seconds and then when this went - hey presto! - er... nothing. no disc mounted, no error message, no info, zilch! i'm always a bit dubious about 'one-trick pony' apps in the first place, but when the pony can't even master its solitary task.....???!!! [ratings stars are a bit misleading as 'ease of use' doesn't necessarily translate to 'actually works']
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