Hi, Is there (free) software that can be downloaded to enable an ISO file to be opened? My daughter has downloaded an ISO file which requires it to be burned to disc, but Windows won't open it. I tried the same, and it works for me, but the file cannot be printed, and it needs the disc in the drive to work. I have MS Office, but she doesn't. 'Powerpoint' has been mentioned, hence the MS Office connection. We both run XP Home.Please help,. Many thanks
Thanks. DieSse, you were spot on. I omitted to say that we both burned to cd and i could open it(all the folders you mentioned) but my daughter couldn't. However it transpires, that her Fiance couldn't open the disc but she can! Same pc, different account. Oh well. Thanks again
A small application called Magic Disc (click here) will allow you to mount an ISO file directly from your hard drive saving you the problem of burning a disc and the subsequent reinsertion of the disc when you want to run it. You can mount any number of disc images to the app and they are seen by the OS as seperate drives. Very good, very useful to.
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