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How To Mount ISO Image on Windows 7

Very often we have to mount ISO images, especially if we are using software from MSDN or TechNet subscriptions; ISO is a standard format in which Microsoft distributes their software. Unfortunately neither Windows 7 final version (I have not installed it recently) nor any previous Windows version natively supported mounting ISO images.

The advantage of Microsoft Windows 7 is that Burning Support was added for ISO files. Right now we only need to right click ISO file and select “Burn disk image”. Microsoft provides free program that enables emulating CD, however it does not work on Windows 7(tested on Windows 7 RC). The easiest and free solution to that problem is to use MagikDisc for mounting ISO images. MagikDisc can be downloaded from MagicIso website. During the installation Windows will raise the warning that driver is not signed but you can safely ignore that.