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kleong

I have a problem and hopefully someone can help me out with it.I have an iso file which contains an application for a Mac and it is in the HFS format. I have tried using software like PowerISO, UltraISO, MagicISO (in my Window XP). They shows me just a few files, none of them which is what I want to change. I know the HFS part is not accessible in Window. Is there a way to make them show up? I have tried opening the iso in my Tiger OS but when I tried to replace the file, it tells me that the package is not modifiable. When I tried to the change the permission, it gave me the error code 195 message. What should I do?Btw, I have a dmg format of the same file and I am facing the same problem with the iso.So my question, is there anyway I can replace the file in the iso and save it as an iso?Many thanks in advance.


BuffaloHelp

You can burn an ISO image to a disk (unpack) and then make your altercations. Once you have made your modification you can then recreate another ISO image.As far as I know, it's hard to modify few files within ISO because of checksum.


web_designer

well i don't know if that could help you or not, but i usually open the iso files by "virtual clone cd". this way i don't have to burn the iso image, i just open it in my hard drive as a virtual and do whatever i want but if that will show the HFS file or not, i am not sure. so if you want give it a try and see, good luck.


kleong

well i don't know if that could help you or not, but i usually open the iso files by "virtual clone cd". this way i don't have to burn the iso image, i just open it in my hard drive as a virtual and do whatever i want but if that will show the HFS file or not, i am not sure. so if you want give it a try and see, good luck.


Thanks web_designer. I have tried with virtual clone cd and nope the HFS file is not showing up. I will try to find out more if there is any software which does it. Thanks.

You can burn an ISO image to a disk (unpack) and then make your altercations. Once you have made your modification you can then recreate another ISO image.
As far as I know, it's hard to modify few files within ISO because of checksum.


I have manage to mount the dmg/iso and modified the necessary file. So now, it is to recreate an iso with the mounted image. From Tiger to iso, now I need to find a way. Thanks.

web_designer

well i made a quick search on the net, and couldn't find a lot of good links.here are some of links hope it will help
http://geekyninja.com/archives/how-to-read-hfs-volumes-on-windows/
http://forums.xisto.com/no_longer_exists/
luck.


maniacaayush

hey dude.....dont noe about that error much but why dont you try to use demon tool instead...!!may be it'll work for you !!


kleong

hey dude.....dont noe about that error much but why dont you try to use demon tool instead...!!may be it'll work for you !!



I have tried using daemon tool but it does not help me with what I wanted to do.

kleong

well i made a quick search on the net, and couldn't find a lot of good links.here are some of links hope it will help
http://forums.xisto.com/no_longer_exists/
http://forums.xisto.com/no_longer_exists/

good luck.


Thanks again. Will check out those links.