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    Tony L's Avatar Poster BT Rep: +10BT Rep +10
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    I've got a interactive game that i downloaded but it is in daa form, would i be right in saying that i would need a tool called (power iso) to convert and burn onto a disc.

    Or is there any other way, i don't want to buy power iso if it will not work or if there is any other way to burn this file.

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    don't know for any other program than power iso...
    and don't worry, it works 100% (writing from my own experience )

    call me Smart, but that's just my instinct, 'cause i have no brain

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    u dont have to buy power iso. just download the demo/shareware program. it works.

    i had this same exact problem yesterday and i never encountered a .daa file before.
    "However awkwardly they might navigate the outside world, over the board they were killers." - NYT


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    Quote Originally Posted by DefianceX View Post
    ...i had this same exact problem yesterday and i never encountered a .daa file before.
    but still, power iso works

    call me Smart, but that's just my instinct, 'cause i have no brain

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustafo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by DefianceX View Post
    ...i had this same exact problem yesterday and i never encountered a .daa file before.
    but still, power iso works
    yea it does. I never said it didnt
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