Power ISO files... need extraction program for OS X

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    I have tried looking around and can't seem to find a program that will extract this under OS X. I had a few files with a .daa extension and Power ISO will extract it under Windows. But is there an OS X equivalent?
     
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    Yeah I thought so. It's ok it's not urgent or anything. Plus I can always dig up the pc in the garage...
     
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    I assume you don't have an Intel Mac then... Seems like you could convert DAA to ISO easily in Parallels or Boot Camp...

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    No IntelMac (yet). Still waiting for these Rev. B MacBook Pros to come out.
     
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    what is this about a B macbook pro? i bought one of them macbooks with the student special thing - i can only assume it's an A (first version)? *sigh. why don't i know this stuff...
     
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    ok i know this thread is old, but,
    I DO have an intel mac so does anyone have any suggestions for the best ISO converter? thx
     
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    Run Windows in Boot Camp or Parallels/VMWare and run PowerISO? It's tho only thing that handles conversion of DAA files.

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    yup work in progress thx
     
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    Using my PC...
     
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    does anyone have one that works?


    I've seen that programmed spammed everywhere, but it doesn't work.... I get the same error every time.


    I also can't get the poweriso UNIX command to work either.... there are no instructions as to how.
     
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    PowerISO using xover

    Hi,

    i am sort of nu to this mac game, i am just getting into using windows appns on mac. i have crossover and i am trying to run poweriso . once i have the image file poweriso does not recognise the cd drive, so the blank cd does not show up to be burnt.

    also, windows programs that need windows platform, can they be run using crossover?, or does bootcamp need to be set up?


    any clues?

    chrs.
     
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    there is a help file in the poweriso UNIX exec. just type in what you would to run it, but then add a space and type "-?" (without quotes of course). for example, if i have the exec in /Users/Tony/Downloads/poweriso, i would type in "/Users/Tony/Downloads/poweriso -?" and it brings up all the commands you can use with examples of how to use them.
     

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