10 replies on How to open (mount) or eject (unmount) ISO files in Windows 10

  1. MariusB says:

    Good to know. Thank you!

  2. Tony Simons says:

    Thanks a million, you solved my problem with ISO.

  3. Polly says:

    File Explorer can actually mount iso, but I remember that Windows 7/Vista/XP and Windows 10/8.1/8 have different ways of mounting ISO. Of course, this way works, for people who want to rip ISO, I think 3rd party tool like wonderfox free dvd ripper worth a try

  4. Lisa says:

    Thank you so much for this easy to explain process. Your information was easy to understand and worked!

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  6. Novichok says:

    Doesn’t work for me. Getting “An error occurred while ejecting…”

  7. Arttu says:

    What if there is only mount option, but still “System” has the image file open, and cannot use it elsewhere or even rename or move the image file? What else I can do than restart Windows?

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