How To Mount A ISO File In Windows 7

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At times, you might need to mount an ISO file to view the contents of the ISO file, or may be, you might want to mount a Windows OS ISO file to quickly copy ISO contents to create a bootable USB flash drive. Though Windows 7 doesn’t support ISO mounting out of the box, there are some good free utilities to mount an ISO file.

In general, one needs to burn the ISO file to CD/DVD to view and use the contents of the ISO file. But if you don’t want to burn the ISO to a CD/DVD, you can use third-party tools such as Virtual CloneDrive to easily mount ISO files.

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UTLRA ISO is a completely free and easy-to-use ISO image mounting software for Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7. It can easily mount .CCD, .BIN, .UDF, .ISO, .IMG, and .DVD files.

How to use it:

  • Download and install the software from here.
  • Install and Open the ULTRA ISO tool, It will create a Virtual Drive in My PC.

  • Now Browse and Open the ISO File.
  • The ISO is mounted successfully into the Virtual Drive you created Above.