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What kind of app do i need to read a .daa file


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Er, sorry, the title says it all ( i think that's against forum rules or something!)
It's a movie. Thanks in advance.
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See the following link:

http://filext.com/detaillist.php?extdetail=DAA

This suggests that your .DAA file is most likely a CD/DVD image file, and suggests that PowerISO is the authoring program.

From another web page, I got this extract:

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Direct-Access-Archive file. This is a proprietary CD/DVD image file format from PowerISO file. It supports features such as compression, password protection and splitting across multiple volumes.
www.poweriso.com - Homepage of the company that developed .daa files. You can download and use their CD/DVD imaging processing software without registering it - but its functionality will be restricted.

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thanks mac57. By the looks of it, it's a windows only thing, so might be in trouble
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