Extract a Disc Image to a Folder with UltraISO in Windows 7
Edited by Lukward Thomason, Ash0hley, Jen M
Hi. You're watching VisiHow, and this is a tutorial on how to extract a disc image to a folder using 'UltraISO' on your Windows 7 computers. As you see, there are several files on the desktop.
There's an 'UltraISO' executable, shortcut file.
There's a 'Twisted Metal 4' .bin file. The .bin file is a type of disc image. If we have associated the .bin extension to 'UltraISO', then we can just double click on the .bin file and it will open in 'UltraISO'.
Let's assume the .bin file is not associated to 'UltraISO'. To open 'UltraISO', double click on the icon, and wait for it to load.
Once the window is open, we have to open the image. To open the image, we need to click 'File', in the upper left corner of the window.
Then click 'Open', and a new window will open.
In this window, we're looking for the image file. In this case, the image file is under my desktop, and we are going to select it.
Click the image file, and then click 'Open'.
Several files and folders appeared on the upper right side of the window. These are the contents of the image.
We'll simply drag and drop them onto the lower part of the window. In this case, the path for the files will be 'C:\Users\Creatura\Documents\My ISO Files'.
To change this, we click the 'Parent folder icon'. It looks like a folder with a green arrow on it. Click it once, and we will be brought to the parent directory.
From here we can choose any of the directories we desire.
For example, let's select 'Desktop'. Double click it, and the desktop will open.
We don't want to extract it on the desktop, because there are several files. In this case, it's three files and a folder. Since we don't want to waste a lot of space on the desktop, we will create a new folder. To create it, we need to press the button on the right of the 'Parent folder' icon. It looks like a folder icon, with a red burning sign.
We press it once, and a new folder will appear. Now we can name the new folder.
Let's name it "twisted metal 4" and press 'Enter'. Now the folder is created.
Now, we access that folder. To do so, we just have to double click it.
Once in it, we need to select all of the files from the disc image.
Drag and drop them onto the lower part of the window. Wait for it to finish. It may take several seconds, minutes, or even hours, depending on the file size.
This time, it took roughly 35 seconds, because the files weren't so big. If dealing with gigabytes of data, it may take several minutes or even hours as mentioned above.
Once the extraction is finished, we can close the 'UltraISO' window.
Let's check for the files. If we double click on the "Twisted Metal 4" folder, we can see that the contents of the disc image have been extracted to that folder.
This concludes our tutorial on how to extract a disc image to a folder using '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.
Video: Extract a Disc Image to a Folder with UltraISO in Windows 7
Recent edits by: Ash0hley, Lukward Thomason