Mounting ISO file


  1. Posts : 9
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    Mounting ISO file


    I just recently updated from windows 7 to windows 10 I use ISO files regularly and need to get this fixed. I am unable to mount any iso files or even run and iso mounting software. I keep reading that all i have to do is select the file and i should be given the option either at the top of the explorer window or when i bring up the quick menu but have had no luck. Do i need to enable the feature or something? I have not been able to find any options for it within windows or on the internet, all the tutorials assume i just have the option.
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  2. Posts : 46
    64-bit 10240 10 Pro
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    If you right click on the iSO file you should be able to open it, if not then the file maybe corrupt.
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  3. Posts : 9
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    Gary said:
    If you right click on the iSO file you should be able to open it, if not then the file maybe corrupt.
    I can't believe that all 14 of my ISO file were corrupted by upgrading and they still work when i transfer them to my old computer.
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  4. Posts : 46
    64-bit 10240 10 Pro
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    I was just posting what I read in a tutorial here. You may have other problems. Have you tried Virtual CD5470? I have found that if I move an ISO off of say an external drive to my Win 10 Hard Drive that it becomes not usable.
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    One thing I've noticed with file names is the use of 2 or more periods/dots in the name can sometimes cause issues, renaming to leave only the dot before the extension seemed to work better. When replacing other/extra dots in the file name I use the underscore or hyphen, e.g. Myfiles_1.txt or Myfiles-1.txt. And when moving/copying from one computer to another I usually have to Unblock it, especially when working with downloaded videos that are associated with a program other than WMP/Windows Media Player such as VLC even though they came from the same site but are different formats such as .mp4 or .flv.
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    choose windows explorer Mounting ISO file-sem-titulo.jpg
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  7. Posts : 9
    windows 10
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    MrBison said:
    choose windows explorer Mounting ISO file-sem-titulo.jpg
    AWESOME! IT WORKED! I cant believe that i didnt try that!
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