Error mounting a directory into a docker volume

I´ve created an Dockerfile with an image an from that image a container. Now I need to mount a directory from my Windows PC (it contains severall pictures) into a volume I have created.

Image name: image_v1   
Container name: container_v1

The image I have created contains the next:

FROM ubuntu:22.04
RUN apt-get update && \
apt-get install -y git && \
apt-get install -y python3.10 && \
apt-get clean

I´ve also created 2 volumes: inputVol and outputVol following the next command: docker volume create <volume_name>

Volume 1 name: inputVol   
Volume 2 name: outputVol 

Now i need to connect my directory in my windows PC to the volumes created, paths in windows:

Path in PC to  volume 1: "C:\Users\AAA\Desktop\input   
Path in PC to  volume 2: "C:\Users\AAA\Desktop\output 

Path in the container where the volume should go:

Path for volume 1: /train/input   
Path for volume 2: /train/output 

After searching I found several ways but I think something like this could work:

docker run container_v1 --mount type=bind,source=“C:\Users\AAA\Desktop\input”,target=/train/input -v inputVol:/train/input --mount type=bind,source=“C:\Users\AAA\Desktop\output”,target=/train/output-v outputVol:/train/output image_v1

But I get the next error:

Unable to find image ‘container_elmo_therm:latest’ locallydocker: Error response from daemon: pull access denied for container_elmo_therm, repository does not exist or may require ‘docker login’: denied: requested access to the resource is denied.

What I understand is that where i set my existing container there should go the image, where do I specify the container?

If I have not been clear what i want to achive is to conect my directories in windows to the volumes created.