How to Mount an Image without Verifying?

This is a horribly newbie question but I’ve tried everything I can think of and looked everywhere for the answer to no avail.

How do I mount a disk image without verifying (ie, “skip” verify)? This script…

tell application "Finder"
open "MyDisk:Documents:The Image File to Mount:" without verifying
end tell

…actually returns no errors and mounts the image but then ignores the “without verifying” part and proceeds to do a lengthy verification! Using DiskImageMounter doesn’t work at all in place of the Finder.

This is literally my Very First Script so I’m a total babe in the woods here. Thanks! Just joined today!

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Shell script… man hdiutil in terminal.

Thanks! That works quite well. Here is the way I did it:

Set myfile to "/Applications/myFolder\\ The\\ Disk\\ Image.dmg"
do shell script "hdiutil attach -noverify " & myfile

It took a while to figure out the double back slashes for filename spaces inside a quoted string but it does do what I need it to.

There doesn’t seem to be any way to invoke DiskImageMounter and pass a “no verify” parameter to it, from what I can tell.