Converting Windows 10 ISO file to a installation media, on an iMac? So I need to download an installation media for windows 10, on another computer, so I was wondering how to convert the ISO file to a proper format on my iMac for my USB. The ISO file is downloading currently.Before you start downloading torrents, there are a few tweaks that you'll likely want to make in your new client's Settings menu. Start your torrent client and open the Options or Preferences menu. You can usually find this in the 'Tools' menu.
- Click the 'Downloads' option and set the folder where you want finished files to be saved. Once the file is done downloading, it will be moved to this folder.
- Click the 'Speed' or 'Bandwidth' option and set your rate limits. Most people will want to leave the Download limit set to '0', which means Unlimited. The torrent client will use as much bandwidth available to download the file. If you share your internet, or want to be able to stream video while downloading, you might want to put a limit. Set your Upload limit to 80% or less of your maximum upload speed. When your upload bandwidth is maxed out, the rest of your internet usage will suffer.
- Click the 'Connection' option and confirm that the 'Use UPnP' box is checked. This will give you the most possible connections and the highest speed.
International Organization for Standardization (ISO) files can be played as games on your computer with the proper software, such as a video player that can play .ISO files. Xbox Executable (XBE) files can be played as Xbox games when opened on your computer with an Xbox game-playing program. Converting your .ISO files into .XBE files so you can play the .ISO file as an Xbox game on your Personal Computer (PC) requires downloaded conversion software and an Xbox emulator.
Open your web browser. Find an ISO-to-XBE converter, such as 'C-Xbox Tool,' 'ADR Patcher' or 'Craxtion' at Tacoban, 4shared or XBoxISOZone (see Resources). Download it to your computer's desktop.
Move your Xbox .ISO file, such as 'Halo.ISO,' onto your computer's desktop with your computer's search function. Type in 'Halo.ISO' to your search text bar and press 'Enter' or 'Return' with your keyboard. Find the file in your computer's displayed search results and click it to select it. Drag it onto your desktop.
Open your ISO-to-XBE converter, such as 'CXbox Tool v2.0.6,' by double-clicking its '.exe' file on your desktop with your mouse. Click the 'XBE-Patch' button with your mouse under your 'CXBox Tool v2.0.6' window. Consult your converter's attached 'Read-Me' text file or go up to its help menu if you aren't sure how to open your converter.
Click your 'Halo.ISO' file and drag it on top of your 'XBE-File' text bar inside your 'CXBox Tool v2.0.6' window with your mouse. Release your mouse button to drop your file inside the 'XBE-File' text box. Click the 'Apply patch' button below to patch your 'Halo.ISO' file into a 'Halo.XBE' file. Consult your converter's attached 'Read-Me' text file or go up to its help menu if you aren't sure how to convert your '.ISO' file into an '.XBE' file.
Go back to your desktop and open your 'Halo.XBE' file with an Xbox game-playing program, such as 'Xeon,' 'CXBX' or 'Click-2U' (see Resources) to finish.
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