Mount a Disc Image Using UltraISO in Windows 7

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Hi, you're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to mount a disc image using UltraISO on a Windows 7 computer. There are two ways to mount an ISO in UltraISO.


Steps

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    The first way is to right-click on the ISO file, hover onto "UltraISO" and select "Mount to drive F:"
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    I have "Webcam Driver.ISO" on my desktop so I will use that. The drive letter may be different for your computer.
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    Another way to mount an ISO is to open your computer by double-clicking it
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    Go to the CD Drive, which in this example is Drive F
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    Right-click on the CD Drive, hover over "UltraISO" and select "Mount"
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    A new window will open.
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    In this window, locate the ISO file
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    Since my ISO file is on the desktop, I will find it there, then click "Open". Wait for it to load.
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    The ISO file has now been mounted
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    Now we are free to view the contents of the disc image by double-clicking it
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    This concludes the tutorial on how to mount a disc image using UltraISO
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    If you have any comments or questions, please leave them in the section below. Thank you for watching VisiHow.
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Questions and Answers

Does my UltraISO have a problem?

My right-click does not have option for UltraISO to choose to mount as a virtual disk.

The context menu should work for both registered and trial versions of the software.

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    Disable any of your antiviruses or anti-malware programs like Avira, Spybot, AVG, Panda, Malwarebytes' Anti-malware, etc
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    This is needed to allow the program to access the System Registry. You may also need to be on the administrator profile on your computer.
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  2. 2
    Open UltraISO.
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    Click "Options".
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    Click "Configuration..."
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    Click the "Integration" tab.
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    Check all of the items in "Associates".
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    Check "Integrate UltraISO into shell"
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    If it is checked, then uncheck it, click "OK", and repeat the steps 3-7.
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    Click "OK".
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Categories : Windows

Recent edits by: Eng, Crystal, Lukward Thomason

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