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Use ISO Images Without Burning to Disk

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Andy Warren
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I use DAEMON Tools.
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Virtual CloneDrive works well. www.elby.ch

Not only is it also free but it is easier to use than the Microsoft one.

Also useful for writing/creating CDs to/from ISOs is the ISO Recorder Power Toy (for WinXP). For free as well! http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/isorecorder.htm

It extends the Windows CD Recording Wizard to allow you to right click an ISO to write it to CD, and vice versa.





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I do as well. As far supperior support. I tried VIrtual CDRom as well just before all the ISOs came out so I could use WinISO to create file cds of my Windows OS and SQL Install disks and left the ISO on the hard drive for quick access.



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Awesome! Thanks, Andy!




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Both of these are great products. Personally, I use VaporCD (http://vaporcd.sourceforge.net) which is free. It allows me to create ISOs from CDs as well as mounting ISOs. And it's free.

Of course, YMMV.




Timothy J. Bruce

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for what is'w worth this facility is available on Nero 6.x and works a treat.
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dont forget about WinRAR...
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I'm glad someone else out there uses the awesome power of WinRar for iso's too - it browses em like big zip files! excellent!


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