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Hi guys, I got it, I got PCStitch!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks to everyone Tim, Jay73,Nexus, IndyGunFreak.
Nexus, all I had to do was follow your last post. It works like a charm!! Well, you won't be hearing from me for a while, I've got patterns to print, now you guys can get rid of your PCStitch.HA Thanks again to everyone, and if I can help any of you, just let me know, (or anyone else for that matter).
Thanks again, you guys have been so helpful. I hope everyone will realize...
ISO Master which is claimed to be the best ISO editing tool is a graphical editor for ISO images. ISO Master is useful for extracting, deleting, or adding files and directories to or from an ISO image. ISO Master can read .ISO files (ISO9660, Joliet, RockRidge, and El Torito), most .NRG files, and some single-track .MDF files and can save and only save as .ISO.<a href="http://www.susegeek.com/multimedia/iso-master-gui-tool-to-edit-iso-images-in-opensuse/">Read at susegeek.com</a>...
I got fed up with Microsoft and Windows constantly crashing, programs failing to work, and all the broken promises by Microsoft that each new software version was going to fix all the problems of the past.
Then I tried Linux (originally back in the late 1990s) and more recently after getting annoyed with Windows XP.
I have so far found that open source software (OSS) can certainly be of a high enough quality to compete with paid-for software from the likes of Microsoft...