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Associating iso files with CD BurnerXP Pro & some cool i

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Hi there,

First of all let me congratulate on this wonderful tool. It's simply out of this world & compared to nero in class by itself. I was reading few of the queries in the forum & atleast to me it seems that that the site layout is also in some ways responsible for the repeated questions to come up again & again.

I do have no. of queries. There is a possibility that somebody might have posted them earlier, if so then point me to the location :-

1. I'm running XPSP2 & my query is how do I associate the iso files with CDBurnerXP Pro?

I tried to find the mime type for ISO but failed miserably, maybe u can guide me. The path being in Win+E = Explorer

2. In Explorer Tools>Folder Options>File Types what should I give as details for the extension ?

3. Are there some good icons in work for associating with iso as good icons make for a pleasent experience. Thanking in advance.

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Hi there,

First of all let me congratulate on this wonderful tool. It's simply out of this world & compared to nero in class by itself. I was reading few of the queries in the forum & atleast to me it seems that that the site layout is also in some ways responsible for the repeated questions to come up again & again.

I do have no. of queries.

Thanks for both :)

1. I'm running XPSP2 & my query is how do I associate the iso files with CDBurnerXP Pro?

This is not yet possibe, but it will probably be implemented in the next version.

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