• What is daa? DAA or Direct Access Archive is a proprietary file format for disk image files which supports advanced features such as compression, password protection, and splitting to multiple volumes. It can be handled directly just like other formats, such as an ISO image and BIN, but is currently only usable by PowerISO software. Popular disk image mounting programs such as Alcohol 120% and Daemon Tools currently do not support the mounting of DAA images. It might have been compressed, imaged, and split into various file parts. part01.daa part02.daa …. part28.daa Here’s what you do - download poweriso from The windows version cost $29.95. However, if you have linux, it’s free! Steps you could use on Linux: $ wget $ tar -zxvf poweriso.tar.gz At this point, you’ll see a poweriso binary in the directory that you untared from. Go to the directory where all your .daa files reside and run: $ poweriso convert part01.daa -o filename.iso -ot iso Converting the first part will join everything together giving you a final filename.iso file. Then: $ poweriso list filename.iso / -r You should see a file or files which makes up the iso. So, let’s say inside the iso has a filename.avi which is the movie that you wanna watch. Extract it out using the following command: $ poweriso extract filename.iso / -od /home/user/vids/

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