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  07-13-2010, 04:17 PM
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usually, i can open an ISO file with WinRAR and extract the files.
sometimes i use ISOBuster to do the same thing.

however, i now have an ISO file that cannot be opened with WinRAR.
(the ISO holds the image of a +9 dvd.)
WinRAR states "The archive is either in unknown format or damaged".

ISOBuster states "No file systems and/or files found".
then it suggests i try and "Find missing files and folders".
and when i do this, i only get the "VOB" files and no "IFO" & "BUP" files.

have also tried PowerISO and MagicISO.
alas, those complained about the ISOs as well.

ImgBurn loads up the ISO and is ready to burn the image.
unfortunately, i do not have any +9 dvds to hand.
so i cannot burn the image and see whether the ISO is good or not.

so, any ideas how i can extract the files from the ISO?

is there a way of using ImgBurn's "engine" to extract the files to the hard drive?
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  07-13-2010, 11:44 PM
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Don't think so, no.
Try Gizmo Drive and Daemon Tools Lite, too.
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  07-14-2010, 07:07 AM
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ok tried everything.
no luck.
pity.
but not the end of the world.
case closed.
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