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playing an iso file without burning to dvd?

Mrs.Z Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Afternoon all.

I have an iso file on my computer and I want to play it. Is this a case where I would need to mount it or something? I have PowerIso program but odn't know what I am doing, please can someone help me?

Thank yous x
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Daemon Tools.. and mount the iso..
banned#2
VLC player can play ISOs without needing to mount them.
#4
master_chief
VLC player can play ISOs without needing to mount them.


+1 just download, install and watch
#5
Dameon Tools or Gizmo to mount games and software images, Videolan to just play video images.

Additionally, not .iso but image related, with people using .mkv nowadays, you get the odd container file you can uncompress with winrar or 7-zip, browse through the folders to the video file and play it with Videolan.
#6
Managed to do it with magic iso - thanks everyone :-D
banned#7
Mrs.Z
Managed to do it with magic iso - thanks everyone :-D


In future just use VLC, as mentioned it can play it directly. Winrar can also open .iso's and you can extract the files.
banned#8
ryman1000
In future just use VLC, as mentioned it can play it directly. Winrar can also open .iso's and you can extract the files.


why? magic ISO is 1.03MB installed
VLC is 75MB

edit: nevermind, VLC looks quite good.
#9
lumoruk
why? magic ISO is 1.03MB
VLC is 75MB


and then playing it with what after using magic iso? :thumbsup:
banned#10
mr.potato_head
and then playing it with what after using magic iso? :thumbsup:


It shows up as a normal DVD and will play in Mediaplayer
#11
lumoruk
It shows up as a normal DVD and will play in Mediaplayer


But then she has to use media player which is rubbish.

75mb is not exactly a big file to download and install especially for VLC. Might aswell download it as it plays most video formats whereas media player doesnt.
#12
75MB for VLC?? More like 17.

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