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I'm new to Mac (2 weeks) and I've got an Windows XP file (.daa) but this extension is foreign to me. Can someone help?

Can this be used with parallels?
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It's the OS.
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If you have it on XP you can download "PowerISO" and it will extract it or burn it for you. From what I understand there isnt a OSX program for it yet. It is a newer and kinda dumb file.
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