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tried to google it but no use so i am asking here, the rsd file problem

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  1. Iconoclast

    Iconoclast Regular Member

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    hi

    i donwloaded roseta stone's torrent, it was an iso file, i extracted it by 7zip. After that i see files with rsd extension and i cannot get them to open

    please tell me what should i do

    ps it is a french lesson kinda stuff, i have my delf a1 exam in a few days so i thought i should give it a try too

    thanks
     
  2. Zak_A

    Zak_A Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Why did you extract the ISO in the first place ?

    ISO files are disk images, you just need to mount them with a virtual drive (as though you would insert a CD or DVD into your physical drive)

    Try to mount the ISO with daemon tools or magic disc (free softwares) ;)
     
  3. Iconoclast

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    you mean that the reason i get .rsd file is because i extracted an iso file with wrong type of extractor (7zip?)

    thanks
     
  4. soma56

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    If it's an iso or image file you can mount it on a virtual drive using as using a virtual drive emulator by Daemon tools (as Zak pointed out).
    http://www.daemon-tools.cc/eng/downloads

    You can also burn it using Nero Burning Rom.
    Recorder > Burn Image

    You might even be able to play it (as-is) with VLC media player.
    http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html