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How to extract a file from an ISO image+ Blogcast on Mounting an ISO image January 19, 2006

Posted by peewitsol in Technical.
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How to extract a file from an ISO image
There’s a free tool that enables you to view the contents of an ISO image and extract individual files. The tool is named “Virtual CD-ROM Control Panel for Windows XP” – it’s not supported though so please bear that in mind.
Browse here to download the utility together with a brief readme file.
Thank you to Steve Clayton (a Microsoft employee) for sharing this useful information.

Also

In this blogcast Duncan McAlynn, Microsoft SMS MVP, presents a great utility from Microsoft that allows you to virtually mount ISO images

http://www.blogcastrepository.com/WINXP/Contrib/DMcAlynn/VirtualCDDA.htm

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