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Virtual CD-ROM Control Panel


This utility enables users of Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 to mount ISO disk image files as virtual CD-ROM drives.

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Date-published: 4/23/2013

Language: English

File name: winxpvirtualcdcontrolpanel_21.exe

Size: 60 KB

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The Virtual CD-ROM Control Panel utility enables users of Windows XP, Vista, and 7 to mount ISO disk image files as virtual CD-ROM drives. This can be highly useful for reading disk images to install software or recover backup files. Notes: This tool is not supported by Microsoft; use at your own risk. Windows 8 users do NOT need this tool. Windows 8 natively supports ISO files. In Windows 8, you can simply open an ISO file and Windows automatically assigns it a drive letter and reads it as a virtual drive.

System requirements

Supported operating systems: Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista, Windows XP


This is a self-extracting Zip archive. Download the file and execute it. Click Unzip and select any appropriate folder to extract the contents. Before using this tool, read the readme.txt file and follow its instructions for installation and use.

SOURCE: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=38780


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Now they release a tool like this.... too bad we are used to using third party tools now for the stuff M$ fails to give us when we need it.....

I 100% agree. M$ has had the option for this stuff for a long time and when they finally release it there are already 3rd party stuff that is just as good and they have something that is not better and no support so what's the point? M$ has a long history of ignoring their customers needs and only providing what they want.

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