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UltraISO 9.3.5.2716

Posted on Tuesday, September 01 2009 @ 14:00:18 CEST by

UltraISO is an ISO CD/DVD image file creating/editing/converting tool and a bootable CD/DVD maker , it can directly edit the CD/DVD image file and extract files and folders from it, as well as directly make ISO files from your CD/DVD-ROM or hard disk. At the same time, you can maintain the ISO bootable information, thus creating your own bootable CD/DVDs. You now have the power to make and edit your own ISO files, and then burn them to CD/DVD for your own needs.

Changelog:

+) Improved write disk image feature, can write more ISO's to bootable USB flash drive including Windows 7 RTM, HP's SmartStart CD and Hiren's Boot CD
+) Can open multi-part ISZ files located at different disks/folders
+) New commandline parameters for creating XBOX DVD image (-xdvdfs) and compiling project file (.ui) to ISO
*) Fixed a bug with opening some MDS/MDF images
*) Fixed a bug with creating PS2 CD/DVD images from some abnormal SYSTEM.CNF file
*) Fixed some compatible problems with Windows 7 RTM
*) Improved MP3/WAV format support for creating audio CD image
*) Some minor improvements and bug fixes


Program Information

Category:
Tools and Utilities
Type:
Shareware


Version:
9.3.5.2716
Size:
3.6MB
Works on:
Windows


Product page: here

Download: UltraISO 9.3.5.2716





 

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