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Convert Alcohol 120% Image file (media descriptor file) format to MagicISO Universal Image Format.

You cannot convert .mds file (Alcohol 120% disk image descriptors) to MagicISO format (.uif). For a successful mds to uif conversion, you would also need a corresponding .mdf file that actually contains the disk image which is needed for the conversion. This means that a lone .mds file is somewhat useless to you for conversion purposes.

Updated: December 16, 2022

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Files with mds extension can be typically found as one of the auxiliary files for Alcohol 120% disk images. This type of mds files contains additional metadata that are used to better emulate MDF disk images.  


A uif file extension is associated with MagicISO and used for its proprietary disk image format. UIF is just variation of ISO files, with limited support outside MagicISO. UIF files can be converted to standard ISO files with UIF2ISO utility.


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