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I've downloaded a 1.08GB file on supercars and concept cars. The file is and ISO file created by PowerISO (a windoze app). I'm looking for a way to extract the image files, approz 3000 files so says the author. He says to extract with PoawerISO but as I say, it's a Windoze app. Any one encounter this app and find a Mac work around? TIA
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Just double clicking it wont mount it?

If that will not work you will have to use Toast Titanium, I believe they have a trial so you can see if it will really work.
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PowerISO is, of course, a proprietary non-standard Windows-only thing that doesn't even work right on other Windows computers unless they have the same software installed. SOP for Windows machines. What a freakin' nightmare, thank lucifer Jobs doesn't pull that kind of malarky on us.

Anyway, PowerISO works fine under Crossover and I've used that solution to convert those stupid files into something standard.
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