Can we extract iso files

Posted on 2007-07-26
Last Modified: 2012-06-21

Is there a way to extarct the contents of a ISO file to HDD.

Question by:bsharath
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    If you are not already using WinRar for your compression and archiving (like Zip), then you should get it, it is free.

    It will let you open up, explore, and extract from ISO files.
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    Try this I think you can do using this software
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    this software is the best lets you "mount" the cd from your hard drive as a new cd drive MUST HAVE for iso's
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           Hi Sharath
                   Above recommendations extract the contents. But they can not extract the boot image of ISO. The best and most popular tool for exploring,extracting, even writing/modifying into ISO which above softwares can not do, is Ultra ISO


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