Cd Image (*.img) or the ISO files are ready to burn files to create a CD for further use. These are well in first case are very useful to distribute software or store them in the compress mode to prevent them from file misplacing or from any virus attack. Though this create an ease of use but sometimes using such a method to store or distribute files caused some problem while adding or deleting files stored in the archive.
So now what if any one really wants to add a file into the archive? Isn’t there any software available to do so? So Yes there is a software available which does the above job but the question arises now what if we have an boot-able image then can it be still work after we edited the files in the archive? Yes ofcorse as the files edited does not affect the boot image sored in the primary area of the disk… Now I know you would like to know how can you achieve such result using which software….
So here I go.. PowerISO: this is the best utility and though most powerful CD/DVD image file processing tool, which allows you to open, extract, create, edit, burn, compress, encrypt, split and convert ISO files, and mount these files with internal virtual drive. It can process almost all CD-ROM image files including ISO and BIN. PowerISO can be used easily, which support shell integration, context menu, drag and drop, clipboard copy paste.
Here I should note this tool is not free to use but if your image size is up to 300 mbs or lower than you can use it for free above that requires you to buy it.
But there is a way you can use this software beyond well the limit of 30 days: