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  • As blade runner mentioned using some form of disk image that you can mount in the operating system as a drive letter would be the way to go. There are several methods. But the dot ISO is probably the easiest as there are many free and low cost virtual emulators that will do this. Additionally if you make it into a WIM or a. VHD those can be mounted directly using the disk manager and windows, or disk part. These could be automated with a script, or you could simply write mouse click on the file and say now and then it would show up as a drive letter then the software should pick it up. But I am not familiar with the software enough to know if it would make a discretion between a real quote and quote SD card and amounted image. Your mileage may vary.

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    • Hi Blade-Runner,

      The one thing that comes to mind would be to put everything in a folder and create an ISO ( ImgBurn), then you can mount this ISO like a USB/HDD drive.

      Good luck.

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    • As blade runner mentioned using some form of disk image that you can mount in the operating system as a drive letter would be the way to go. There are several methods. But the dot ISO is probably the easiest as there are many free and low cost virtual emulators that will do this. Additionally if you make it into a WIM or a. VHD those can be mounted directly using the disk manager and windows, or disk part. These could be automated with a script, or you could simply write mouse click on the file and say now and then it would show up as a drive letter then the software should pick it up. But I am not familiar with the software enough to know if it would make a discretion between a real quote and quote SD card and amounted image. Your mileage may vary.

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    • ZebraMike wrote:

      As blade runner mentioned using some form of disk image that you can mount in the operating system as a drive letter would be the way to go.

      Beware that drive letters are no longer needed for mounting disks and disk images since Windows 2000. Windows supports mounting in any folder as Unix and Linux were able to already decades before.

      Blade-Runner wrote:

      Is there a way to "mount" this data to appear like a card plugged into a USB card-reader?
      I just came of a fair for embedded computers this week. There was also presented a small card called USB-SD-Mux. It was presented for extending options of a Raspberry PI or another embedded device in test frameworks or test labs. And you may ask the company for a Windows driver.
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    • Thank you all for your help!

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    • If the medical software is simply looking for a drive letter, then ye olde "subst" command-line utility (which associates a path with a drive letter) might do the trick.

      e.g:
      subst E: "C:\Users\username\Desktop\folder that I put the unzipped files into"

      https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/windows-commands/subst

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