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I got two ISO's [Acronis True Image Bootable ISO, A Customized ISO pack files with all files hidden. Ultra ISO has an option (Advanced Hidden) to hide files/folders in windows Explorer. So I tried Ultra ISO to show files/folder of these ISO’s. But Ultra ISO can’t show files/folders of these ISO's too. How to do this (hide/show files and folders in ISO image)?




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Most probably (please read as surely) it is not really-really about "hidden files", but much more likely "hidden" volumes.

Easiest would be Isobuster:
http://www.isobuster.com/

Some related info:
http://www.msfn.org/...-torito-images/

and:
http://reboot.pro/to...-grub2-at-uefi/

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Most probably (please read as surely) it is not really-really about "hidden files", but much more likely "hidden" volumes.

Easiest would be Isobuster:
http://www.isobuster.com/

Some related info:
http://www.msfn.org/...-torito-images/

and:
http://reboot.pro/to...-grub2-at-uefi/

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Thanks jaclaz, You are really genius.
ISO buster is working to show the files/folders. In a ISO file some files are hidden and some are showing correctly. I've made a bootable ISO file and I want to hide some files and folders like that. Could you please instruct me how to do that?


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ISO buster is working to show the files/folders. In a ISO file some files are hidden and some are showing correctly. I've made a bootable ISO file and I want to hide some files and folders like that. Could you please instruct me how to do that?

In the case of Acronis .iso they are NOT "files/folders", they are "volumes or disk (or disc) images".

I've made a bootable ISO file and I want to hide some files and folders like that. Could you please instruct me how to do that?

I don't think that there are "easy" tools to do that :(, those Acronis .isos are most probably made through some "advanced" options of mkisofs, or of genisoimage or xorriso (or maybe they even developed an "internal" "iso making tool".

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I don't think that there are "easy" tools to do that :(, those Acronis .isos are most probably made through some "advanced" options of mkisofs, or of genisoimage or xorriso (or maybe they even developed an "internal" "iso making tool".

 

Thanks a lot for your instructions with great talent. I added some screenshots of a ISO. I know you can find the way. 

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Edited by kali, 30 January 2016 - 11:37 AM.


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I added some screenshots of a ISO. I know you can find the way.

Maybe :unsure: I can, but I won't.

Seemingly that stuff is some piece of WAREZ, which are a no-no.

 

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You are really wise as well as so helpful. Thanks again.

 

Seemingly that stuff is some piece of WAREZ, which are a no-no.

 

I just wanted to learn. I always enjoy and try to learn critical and new things. I explored and passed a long time in the web to learn this things. But I didn't find any clue. So at last I wrote here.

 

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Clues:

http://www.dfrws.org...gs/2010-315.pdf

http://alumnus.calte...je/iso9660.html

 

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Grateful to you. I'm trying.

All the best.






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