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    Question Magic ISO Equivalent

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    I use to be a user of Magic ISO, I even purchased the application. I have since tho lost my serial key, which yes I know is my ouw fault. I have sent an email to there customer support 3 time now. Each with no reply. I was going to purchase the app again, but due to the lack of customer service I thought I would ask you guys if there is any other ISO program out there which will do the same job?

    TIA for any advice offered, and happy Christmas to all!!

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    try this... The Official ImgBurn Website we use this site wide.

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    If you notice the date at the bottom it is only upto 2007.

    Depends what you are wanting to do, i use SlySoft Virtual CloneDrive for mounting ISOs.

    Imgburn for burning as Oaktech said above

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    The use would be for making changes to an ISO, adding files etc. then been able to save that iso, and maybe burn it to disk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IKWeb View Post
    The use would be for making changes to an ISO, adding files etc. then been able to save that iso, and maybe burn it to disk.
    all of those can be done with img burn. which is why i love it!

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    I use UltraISO myself. Like MagicISO, all updates are free and it's only a few pounds more expensive (£23.74 inc. VAT).

    I purchased my license in 2004 and don't recall having any issues with the program since then, so I am not sure what their customer support is like. Their forum is a good source of info (lots of tutorials etc.).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oaktech View Post
    all of those can be done with ImgBurn. Which is why I love it!
    ImgBurn is a great program, but you can't edit ISOs in the same way you can with MagicISO/UltraISO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    I use UltraISO myself. Like MagicISO, all updates are free and it's only a few pounds more expensive (£23.74 inc. VAT).

    I purchased my license in 2004 and don't recall having any issues with the program since then, so I am not sure what their customer support is like. Their forum is a good source of info (lots of tutorials etc.).
    Scary, the UI looks the same as Magic ISO :-)

    Just purchased a copy will see how it goes.

    Thanks everyone for your feedback!!

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