Associate File Extensions to UltraISO in Windows 7
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For the sake of tutorial, I have placed a PlayStation One disk image on my desktop. It's 'Twisted Metal 4'.
Double click on the icon.
Windows tells us that it can't open this file. The reason for this is that it's not associated to any of the image editor programs. So, neither .bin files nor .cue files will be accessed directly with UltraISO. Close this window.
To change this, we need to open UltraISO by double clicking on the icon.
Once the window opens, we need to go to 'Options'. Click 'Options'.
Then, click 'Configuration'.
Wait for it to load. Once the window opens, we need the 'Integration' tab. Click it once.
In this tab there is a full list of available expansions for the disk image files, that UltraISO can configure.
In this case, we're looking for .bin and .cue files. Check them.
If we need any other file types, for example: '.mds', '.mdf', and so on. We can select anything that we need from here.
The files are now associated. Close the window.
Click the 'Twisted Metal4.cue' file.
UltraISO will open, revealing the contents of the disk image.
We can now close this window.
This concludes our tutorial on how to associate file extensions to UltraISO on Windows 7 computers. Thanks for watching VisiHow. If you have any other comments or questions, please leave them in the comments section below.
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