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  1. In Topic: Use MagicDisk to extract files from youir .ISO image

    Posted 24 Mar 2006

    View Post stidyup, on Mar 24 2006, 03:12 AM, said:

    I think Steel may have thought you where promoting MagicDisk.


    I do not presently, have ever, or will ever work for the company who wrote MagicDisk. I am just another techie in the trenches that wanted to pass on some unbiased information to the forum. :surrender:
  2. In Topic: Use MagicDisk to extract files from youir .ISO image

    Posted 24 Mar 2006

    View Post pcuser, on Mar 24 2006, 12:16 AM, said:

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    I have read a post about a program called "unISOfs" that was written as a commandline based utility used to extract the contents of an ISO image to a folder on your hard drive.

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    I have found that the freeware program called MagicDisk can do a similar thing here:
    I wrote unISOfs because I couldn't find a freeware utility that could extract the contents of an ISO image from the commandline or a batch file (and I also didn't want to have to run an installer first or reboot).

    I might be wrong but I don't know of any other program that can do this. I published the main part of the source code on MSFN so that others can learn from it.

    Tom


    Tom,

    You did a great job writing unISOfs. It filled your needs since you couldn't find something that would work in your environment and it can be used as a learning tool for others. I just wanted to chime in on one of the many virtual CD/DVD emulators that could extract the contents of an ISO image. I thought someone could use the information. I shouldn't have said that it could do a similar thing because it can't do batch or commandline extractions. :surrender:
  3. In Topic: Use MagicDisk to extract files from youir .ISO image

    Posted 24 Mar 2006

    View Post SteelTrepid, on Mar 23 2006, 11:45 PM, said:

    :unsure::drunk:I'm still wondering about these posts??? I don't want to accuse, so I'm just going to bed. :closedeyes:


    Please explain this post...I have no idea what you are talking about?
  4. In Topic: Use MagicDisk to extract files from youir .ISO image

    Posted 23 Mar 2006

    MagicDisk http://www.magiciso.... sc-overview.htm
    is a virtual CD/DVD emulator much like:
    Daemon-Tools http://www.daemon-tools. cc
    or the Microsoft unsupported emulator http://download.micr... rolpanel_21.exe
    or Alcohol http://www.alcohol-soft. com/

    MagicDisk is free, supported and quiet easy to install and uninstall. :banana:
  5. In Topic: Use QEMU for Windows to test your UBCD4WIN ISO file before burning

    Posted 3 Mar 2006

    View Post rdsok, on Mar 1 2006, 01:59 PM, said:

    About the networking, I'm not sure this is a related cause or not but...

    With VMWare if you are behind a DCHP router, then you can have DCHP assign IP's to both your host computer and the guest. If, on the otherhand, you are on a DSL or Cable modems which typically only will assign one IP per account ( there are exceptions to this ) then you must use NAT routing to access the inet with. I suspect this may be a similar issue... since you may be behind a modem that will only assign one DCHP IP, the virtual net card is unable to receive an IP as well.



    I tried using Load Network Support (DHCP/auto) as opposed to PE Network Configurator and it found all the correct IP addressing and come up just fine.

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