Undisker - Open, Create and Extract ISO Files
A disk image utility that can handle ISO files - create, open, view and extract them.
Supported Disk Image Formats
ISO - plain CD Images
ISO is a commonly used file extension for disk images that use the ISO-9660 standard. These images use the CDFS file system with possible extensions (like Joliet or RockRidge) ISO files always contain images of CDs, not floppies or hard drives. ISO images are commonly used to store and quickly transfer contents of entire CDs. Most CD recording programs can burn ISO images to recordable CDs. Some of these programs use ISO as their native disk image format.
IMA/IMG - Generic Disk Images
A generic disk image (also referred to as a plain or raw image) is simply a binary copy of a source drive. There are no format specifications for this type of disk image, because it simply contains raw data with no extra information. Generic image files are not drive-dependent. They can contain images of any kind of drive—a CD, a hard drive, a floppy, removable drive or any other disk device. Usually IMA/IMG files contain images of floppy disks and hard drives. Most CD recording programs recognize IMA and IMG extensions and can use these images as boot images.
BIN/CUE - Generic multisession CD Images
CD disk image stored in two separated files. BIN file contains the plain binary image of a source disk. CUE file contains description of a source CD disk layout (tracks information) and information about format of the data stored in BIN file. Usually all CD recording programs are able to recognize disk images in this format. Originally designed for the CDRWin software.
CCD/IMG - Clone CD disk images
This is the native format of the CD/DVD cloning software of SlySoft. Disk image in this format contains very detailed information about CD layout, including technical fields, which are not needed for the data extraction. Undisker supports only the data portion of this format.