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How to unpack torrents using Mount software

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If you're unsure on how to unpack your newly downloaded torrents, you may want to read this guide as it will show how to do so easily and safely using mount software. In this case, I will use MagicISO, a free piece of software. Download link is below. Note: download illegal files at your own risk. You may be heavily fined if caught. (Howopia does not condone or authorise the infringement of copyright law when using a Torrent client). This guide is simply to show you how to use mount software for legal use only.
What you'll need: 
Mount software (MagicISO, Daemon Tools, etc)
1: 
You first need to visit the link below and download the free software. This is one of many mounting software there is out there, such as daemon tools, etc. However I will base the guide using MagicISO.
2: 
Once you have downloaded and installed MagicISO, it should appear on the bottom right of your tool bar. Right click the icon.
3: 
Now scroll up to 'Virtual CD/DVD-ROM' and see that it says 'No Media'
4: 
Click 'No Media' and then find the torrent file and click open.
5: 
An AutoPlay option should appear, asking you to run the file. This will allow you to use the torrent as if it were running on your DVD Drive. You now have the ability to run and install it.
6: 
When you wish to mount a new torrent, simple repeat the process and chose your new torrent.
Conclusion: 
All mount software allows you to virtually mount software, as if you had an actual disc, without actually having it.
Warnings: 
Download illegal files at your own risk. You may be heavily fined if caught.
Howopia does not condone or authorise the infringement of copyright law when using a Torrent client.

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