SDI Manager

SDI manager enables you to manipulate disk image (.sdi) files offline. To use Sdimgr.wsf, type the following syntax in a command prompt.

sdimgr [[[volume]path]filename] [/? | /h | /help] [/q] [/nologo] 
[/devicemodel:model] [/devicerole:role] [/runtimeguid:guid] 
[/runtimeoemrev:rev] [/check] [/dump] [/new] [/pack[:alignment]]
[/stamp] [/create:type,attribute,size] [/delete:type]
[/export:type,filename] [/import:type,attribute,filename]

Parameters

volume and path
Specifies the location of an .sdi file within the path of the volume.
filename
Specifies the file. Wildcard characters, such as the asterisk (*) and the question mark (?), are not allowed.
/?, /h, or /help
Displays a list of command-line options for this tool.
/q
Quiet mode. Suppresses output.
/nologo
Suppresses displaying the banner.
/devicemodel:model
Updates the DeviceModel field in the file header.
/devicerole:role
Updates the DeviceRole field in the file header.
/runtimeguid:guid
Updates the RuntimeGUID in the file header.
/runtimeoemrev:rev
Updates the RuntimeOEMRev in the file header.
/check
Performs a file integrity check.
/dump
Displays header, table of contents, and use. Performs integrity check.
/new
Creates a new file. Overwrites existing files.
/pack[:alignment]
Packs the file by removing free space and moves the binary large object (BLOB) of type BOOT to first BLOB position. Aligns the file to the new alignment, if specified.
/stamp
Attempts to automatically stamp the file header based on the content of Weruntime.ini found in a DISK-type BLOB.
/create:type,attribute,size
Creates a new BLOB of specified type and size with specified attributes within the file. The size value must have the character m appended to the end.
/delete:type
Deletes the BLOB of specified type.
/export:type,filename
Copies the content of a BLOB of specified type to a file with a specified file name.
/import:type,attribute,filename
Creates a new BLOB of specified type with specified attributes by importing a file into the BLOB.

Examples

The following example shows how to display the header and table of contents.

sdimgr c:\dir\file.sdi

The following example shows how to update a binary large object.

sdimgr c:\dir\file.sdi /delete:type /import:type,attr,blob.bin

See Also

SDI Manager File Commands | SDI Manager BLOB Commands


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