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buknekkid407

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i downloaded a game but to avoid a zip file i downloadd an .iso file but i dont have anything to open it with. What program that is free should i use?? :tazz: ;) ;) :)
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Howdy:

So what was the game?? Not a commercial one that you pirated is it??

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Depends what game it was mate. And why you need the program.
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not sure what the game is actuelly. my friend emailed me wondering what to use for an .iso file. but knowing him it was probably pirated now that i think of it.
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ISO files usually are pirated. I recommend going out and buying the game
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.ISO files are usually ones you burn to a disk as an image but a word to the wise, since most are pirated images you do not know what else is on the disk and it would be considered illegal to use these programs...to safe yourself many troubles we advise you to just go out and purchase the game :tazz:
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Thanx, ill tell him. :tazz:
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I don't know what free program can open iso image. however, i use magiciso to extract iso image, as well i burn iso image to cd with magiciso built-in ISO burner. It works fine to me.
http://www.magiciso....iso-burnwin.htm
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Get daemon tools and mount the iso file...it will act like an extra drive:

Daemon Tools

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