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Sandip Dedhia

Sandip Dedhia

Sandip Dedhia is the founder of, he loves to write on technology, gadgets & web services. At Blogsdna you can read his Windows tutorials, free and useful software related articles. He is on twitter too @sandipnd View author profile

  • PTMH

    Very useful information! For Windows users, it is always possible to run these Linux utilities by installing Cygwin ( first. Worked like a charm for me.

  • Ahmed

    Thank you very much
    that was very helpful

  • xerix32

    Yes, you are right! DAA and UIF file are easy (and for free) converted into ISO.
    I realized a video tutorial:
    “How To Burn, open, convert a DAA or UIF file converting it into ISO”: