Re: Freeware ISO editor
I looked for one a while back, and I had no luck.
If you're looking to edit Windows Installation CDs your best bet would be nLite. Although it can do much more, you can just select "Bootable ISO" at the selection screen, and arrange the files to your liking before it makes the new ISO.
Other than that you'll have to use an archive utility that supports ISOs to unpack the ISO, and the use a CD burning program like IMGBurn to recompile the ISO.
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