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Old September 8, 2008, 01:23 AM
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i am talking about file managerment >_>


i hate to get software seperately... i need a simple and powerful that can support ALL files such as iso, daa, uif, etc...

i tried iso, magiciso, poweriso, daemon tool...


any suggestions?


ps. freeware would be very nice...
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Old September 8, 2008, 03:52 AM
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I am not sure what you mean. Do you want to make and edit CD/DVD images? Have you looked at isoBuster? You can use the win32 compiled binary of mkisofs for all your needs but it is far from user friendly.
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Old September 8, 2008, 06:44 PM
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yes cd and dvd image...


i never heard of isobuster but i will look up at it..

and i wont try to check mkisofs ;p

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Old September 8, 2008, 06:55 PM
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using poweriso

do all thign i want it to do, it can also emule disk, edit, iso, burn iso .....
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Old September 8, 2008, 07:45 PM
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i dont like poweriso... that can't open format [what it called that i forget]...

i check isobuster... pretty neat... it can open EVERYTHING... thats what i want... thank you....
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As far as I know there isn't one program that will open all of them. Part of the problem is that .daa is a proprietary Power ISO format so that makes it kind of tough. I just refuse to download .daa files and that solves the problem of needing more than one program :)
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If you just need to look into an iso without changing anything, I use gmount in linux, ubuntu actually. I doesn't come preinstalled but is easy to add on thru add software.
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Explorer?

I am not sure what you mean. Do you want to make and edit CD/DVD images? Have you looked at isoBuster? You can use the win32 compiled binary of mkisofs for all your needs but it is far from user friendly.
That's the software I use.
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Old September 9, 2008, 07:12 AM
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i check isobuster... pretty neat... it can open EVERYTHING... thats what i want...
Good to hear you have what you need.

One issue I have with IsoBuster is the free version is just the full version that has been feature crippled and nag enabled.

Also, be suspicious of online tutorials for IsoBuster. The programs actual help is rather limited and seems to expect the use to be an expert about image standards and the inner workings of filesystems. "The Cloud" has attempted to make up for this, a bit, but the tutorials are frequently broken.
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isobuster is a good software, however I thought daemon tools accepts almost anything, I've used it lots too.
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