# How do I mount the drive with unlimited storage for Plex

#### What is the problem you are having with rclone?

I just want to config to mount the new drive before getting possible unlimited storage to movies & TV shows in for Plex

#### Which OS you are using and how many bits (eg Windows 7, 64 bit)

Microsoft Windows 10 Home

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#### The command you were trying to run (eg rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)

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#### The rclone config contents with secrets removed.

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#### A log from the command with the -vv flag

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hi,

as i explained in two other topics.
first, create a gdive remote. i assume that you are using gdrive
and then run rclone mount
rclone mount

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OK, sounds good. I'll give it a try

you seem to be starting a bunch of new topics about the same subject.
i keep re-posting the same info a few times now.
please, continue to use this topic until the problem is solved
thanks,

Alright, I'll still do that right now

OK, so after I finish setting up the Google Drive with my own new remote on rclone config, I put the command line to mount the drive on Notepad like this: #!/bin/bash
sh -c "rclone --vfs-cache-mode full mount udrive: ~/TV Show Series". And I changed the txt into bat file, created a Shortcut and then putted to Startup folder from Programs, Start Menu, Windows, Microsoft, and ProgramData folder on Windows file explorer before I restarted my computer. When something changed,

it didn't mount the drive and nothing worked really well.

that is a batch file for linux, not windows.

on windows, create a text file named udrivemount.cmd
and this should be the contents

c:\path\to\rclone mount udrive: x: --vfs-cache-mode=full -vv
pause

1. change c:\path\to\rclone to the location of the rclone.exe file
2. you can change x: to any unused drive letter.

if it works, you should see the gdrive files at drive letter x:

until the command is working, do not use a shortcut and not keep restarting the computer. just run udrivemount.cmd from windows explorer or via the command line.

Then I'll try to see what happens

So, do I have to put rclone.exe at the end of txt file or just the location of the rclone.exe?

So, do I have to put rclone.exe at the end of txt file or just the location of the rclone.exe? And do I have to open the command file on windows file explorer to run it too?

yes,
c:\path\to\rclone.exe

Alright, I'll see what I can still do

yes, open it or double-click it.

Alrighty, thank you!

OK, so I got an fatal error today right now that says: "failed to mount FUSE fs: mount stopped before calling Init: mount failed: cgofuse: cannot find winfsp". It means it didn't work for me that nothing happened just yet

https://rclone.org/commands/rclone_mount/#installing-on-windows