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Author Topic: Does anyone know a good free .iso program? So I can extract Win10 to a HD / USB?  (Read 2214 times)

Bowdon

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I'm trying to extract this Win10 .iso file on to a hard drive or dvd. Then I noticed I don't have an .iso program on this computer.

What do people use? Is there a good free program out there?
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roseway

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If it's an ISO9660 file, then you should be able to use a DVD writing program to write it to a DVD as an image

This will reconstruct the hierarchy of directories and files.
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AArdvark

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Windows:
If you want to simply read the contents of the .iso use something like 7z http://www.7-zip.org/ which will read .iso's just like any other archive file (.zip, .rar, etc)
(You can extract the contents if you want as well)

To extract to a Bootable USB drive for easier use look at Rufus http://rufus.akeo.ie
Also look at http://www.rmprepusb.com/

If you install Daemon Tools Lite (Ver 4.49.xxxx or less)
You can mount .iso very easily via a nice GUI and access them as you would a CD or DVD drive.






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AArdvark

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Dray,

Even that type of image file (*.esd) can be 'decoded' and saved as an .iso.

Try looking here http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/59082-Windows-10-ESDs-Repository

then

http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/59082-Windows-10-ESDs-Repository/page2?p=992731#post992731 [Download script from the mirror link, as 1st link is flagged as 'phishing ??!!']

[Google is your friend  ;D ]
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