Re: Troubles with ISO Browse
On a side note, if you want to know the contents of the ISO before opening it, you might try WinRAR or a more up-to-date archive utility. WinRAR has existed since the Windows 98 days, so I'm kind of partial to it. It provided me with interesting information when I downloaded and examined an ISO file for Sega CD. I haven't bothered to touch another archive utility since then.
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It works. Thank you so much. To be honest, I didn't encounter that page when looking for a solution haha...