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I have used ImgBurn some, but I am am uncertain about some aspects of how to use it. I have a special problem:


My XPSp3 installation CD developed an error in its i386/DRIVER.CAB file. I have been trying to replace the corrupt files in the CAB file to fix the ISO file by having ImgBurn ignore the corrupted files and insert replacemennts from another CD, but it seems I am unable to find the right way of doing it. 


Is it possible to manipulate the ISO file after loading it into ImgBurn?


I have tried using 7zip to replace the whole DRIVER.CAB or only the corrupted files but most of the time I run into trouble so I really don't know what to do now. 

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