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Old 06-02-2007, 01:38 AM   #1
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i want to know how to open ISO files directly without a virtual disk in Windows XP. Thanks a lot.

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Hello

Do you want to be able view what is inside the ISO file or do you want to be able to launch it?

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Thank you first . i want to be able view what is inside the ISO files only.
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Hello again,
An ISO file is a bit like a Zip file or a compression file, try this freeware program called Tugzip (Click on the blue link), This will let you extract the ISO file an then you will be able to view the files inside.
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I use Daemon Tools. It's what you said you don't want (a virutal drive) but the thing is so popular and freeware that I can't imagine a reason to NOT use it.
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WinRAR, UltraISO are two programs you can use too.
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WinRAR, UltraISO are two programs you can use too.
Please explain to me how can WinRAR work for ISO files? I thought WinRAR could extract compressed files.
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Hello again,
Winrar can exract an ISO file, because and ISO file is a compressed file, Did Tugzip work?
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Tugzip works the same way as Winrar, but Tuzip is freeware and unzips almost every file compression.
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Winrar can exract an ISO file, because and ISO file is a compressed file, Did Tugzip work?
So. WinZip can extract comp files too. But we do not use it ?
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Yes, the link is in my second post
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Tugzip is a new software with me.Thanks
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If you need any help on how to use it just ask, I am always happy to help!

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