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How do I retore an image.dd file (I created using testdisk 6.12) to a another hard drive using windows?

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I have this wonderfulo image file and have no idea how to get to the data.
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With the program, that you can find here: http://www.cgsecurity.org/testdisk-6.11.3.win.zip

Hope this helps,
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I have the more current version, and although I have I am clueless as the step by step process to do this with.
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We ended up using Mount Image Pro to mount the image of the Drive and recover the data
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