I want to play an .iso file from my hard drive... HOW?

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Please someone help, I downloaded a dvd .iso file and I don’t have a dvd burner, is there any way I can play the .iso file straight from my hard drive? reply

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08-25-2005 07:19 PM
Angrymonkee

yes there is.
you’ll need a demon tool like alcohol 120%.
you can create a virtual dvd player/burner etc in which you can mount the iso file.
an iso file is an image of the dvd. with the right software (alcohol) your computer thinks its a real hardware dvd and you can play, install, copy, browse etc.

there are other demon tools. search in the other topics. reply

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08-26-2005 04:01 AM
kees_klef

http://www.moviecodec.com/topics/5042p1.html reply

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08-26-2005 04:03 AM
kees_klef

use VLC Media Player

no need for anything else reply

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10-25-2006 09:50 PM
Tama
97 posts

Microzoft makes a simple file you can download to mount a ISO file to a virtual drive and then any DVD player software (Power DVD or WinDVD for example) will play the file. reply

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11-05-2006 02:23 PM
xDxJxx

download dvdshrink 3.1 man
dont get the new one
“easy dvd shrink”
it wont work ... its the new “legal” version
it sucks ass personnally

make sure you get the “DVD Shrink 3.1”
its free
unlike the shitty easy dvd shrink which is shit for like 30 bucks reply

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09-19-2007 10:57 PM
deltaforcer

Virtual CloneDrive free download www.slysoft.com reply

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09-26-2007 03:29 AM
john0

I have Daemon Tools and the .ISO image mounted on it, I am able to play this video file through the latest verision of Windows Media Player, but there is no audio. Others have reported the same files works great (they can hear both audio and see video) what am I doing wrong? reply

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10-01-2007 10:52 PM
Sara277

turn ur speakers on. reply

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10-13-2007 10:14 AM
dddddddddd

Hahaha lol reply

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10-17-2007 06:35 AM
Slinger

DVD shrink 3.1 and Daemon Tools are incompatible. I just uninstalled Daemon Tools for this reason, it won’t play the ISO’s created by DVD Shrink.

I’m going to try the stuff at slysoft (thanks whoever posted that) and I’ll report the results if I don’t see anything about it here.

Would Vista be getting in the way of any of this? reply

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11-21-2007 04:29 AM
steveo9009

thanks. dvdshrink 3.1 worked for me. reply

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06-27-2008 03:19 AM
ds9 downloader

i tried dvdshrink 3.1 and it said someting about udf error.. reply

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07-25-2008 04:46 AM
nube

it said error invalid udf file system what ever the fugg that means. reply

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07-25-2008 04:48 AM
nube

Well I was reading the posted solutions to your problem and based in my own experience the best one to play an ISO file from your HD is: VLC Media Player.

you can get a Free Download from:

http://www.VLCPlayer-Download.info
and enjoy your movie or game without any hassle.

Good Luck.
Note:Please post back to let know other people who have such a problem like yours.! reply

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07-27-2008 05:24 PM
Nasshat

1. Load ISO files onto demon, virtual dvd player, and play it as a DVD.

2. Convert DVD ISO files to video, which is compatible with your media player.
<1> [url=http://handbrake.fr/?article=download ]Handbrake[/url]
convert dvd to MP4, MKV, AVI, OGM, AAC, MP3 etc.
But hard to handle on windows OS.
<2> Wondershare DVD ripper
Convert dvd to all popular video and audio with great quality.
BUT NOT FREE. reply

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07-27-2008 10:02 PM
PrometheusHill
212 posts

I also was trying to play an ISO file in Windows Media Player and had no audio. VLC Media Player worked for me. Thanks to those who posted that solution! reply

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10-15-2008 12:54 PM
faerydemonica

Can you play ISO on Divx? and how? reply

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11-23-2008 10:29 PM
SH

vlc media works perfectly thank you very much reply

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12-30-2008 10:03 AM
snitz

new to this, just got a laptop with a blu ray player, I ripped a blu ray movie to my hard drive and it is an .iso file, can anyone tell me if I can burn it to a dvd, the file size is 45 gig. If so how?

thanks reply

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01-03-2009 01:06 AM
Jmidnite14

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