UIF to ISO Converter GUI

This tool has been superseded by the original uif2iso converter (© Luigi Auriemna), which now has it’s own GUI. Use that.

Recently I made a converter GUI for daa2iso. Now I’ve decided to follow up with another similar tool – the UIF to ISO converter GUI 🙂 It’s almost the same as the previous one, except that it operates on files with the UIF extension.

The original converter application was created by Luigi Auriemna. It’s a command-line tool, which means the average computer user wouldn’t know how to use it. That’s why I made this version that has a more familiar and simpler Windows-based interface (a.k.a GUI).


Converter by Luigi Auriemna, interface by me – Janis Elsts.

  • Converts UIF archives to ISO files. You can then burn the ISO file to a CD or DVD with one of the many freeware tools like ImgBurn. Pretty much all of CD/DVD tools support the ISO format.
  • Simple Windows interface – two input boxes and a button.
  • Easy to use – just drag-and-drop an UIF file into the tool’s window and click “Start conversion!”.
  • Doesn’t require installation – extract the .zip file somewhere and run uif_converter.exe.

Download UIF to ISO converter

Download : uif2iso_gui.zip (230 Kb) and uif2iso.zip from this page.
Extract all the files from both archives to the same folder and run uif_converter.exe to begin. If that doesn’t work, try uif2iso.exe – it’s interface isn’t as good (IMHO), but it should work as well.


Do I need to download the converter/interface separately?
Yes. Luigi – the author of the converter – asked me to do it this way.

When I tried to convert a file something just flashed on my screen and nothing else happened! Hmm?
That’s probably because the converter encountered an error. You can try to run it from the command prompt to see the particular error message – feel free to study the beginners guide to WinXP command prompt if you don’t know how.

I tried the command prompt and it still doesn’t work. What now?
Keep in mind that I only created the interface, not the actual conversion algorithms. So I probably can’t help you in this case. You might have better luck if you try to contact Luigi, the author of the converter.

I have a question about the GUI part, who do I ask?
You can leave a comment below.

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236 Responses to “UIF to ISO Converter GUI”

  1. Rkbert Shankie says:

    OK, I needed a magnifier to read what the boxes above were for .
    As for your info, good stuff, but I think there is a more interesting way to go.
    How about loading the UIf into a MagicDisk virtual drive and using nearly any freeware program that can process the resulting CD/DVD???
    Now, how do I put my picture in this (As I saw when I scanned the other comments).

  2. Yohanes says:

    Thanks dude 🙂

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  4. Dewytakm says:

    Thanks for the converter, it ran properly first time and now I can restore a friend’s computer using the software I found online.

  5. In windows 7 program does not work. Because it says that it uif2iso.exe cannot be found. I extracted the exe in to deskop and uif file too. I selected the uif to convert iso to deskop but it responses with the error i mentioned above. And nobody is wiritten that about does this program is ok for windows 7 users.

  6. Jeremy says:

    Sunbelt by GFI has a product called vipre antivirus and it flags this program as containing a trojan, so beware and be careful.

  7. Improve hearing says:

    Very efficiently written information. It will be valuable to anybody who usess it, including yours truly :). Keep doing what you are doing – looking forward to more posts.

  8. Casual Gamer says:

    well i have win 7 x64 home edition at my desktop and it worked just fine =) just tried it and i can say it made it’s job ^^ ty vm for posting this and very nice work with the info =)

    have fun and live well!

  9. happy puppy says:

    thanks for this little gem

    worked like a charm – love the line in the promt that says “enable magiciso_is_shit encryption” -made me smile ^^

  10. Good stuff, but I think there is a more interesting way to go.
    How about loading the UIf into a MagicDisk virtual drive and using nearly any freeware program that can process the resulting CD/DVD???

  11. What's All This Then? says:

    The uif2iso_gui.zip, after extracted, is blocked by Adaware because it has been idetified as having FraudTool.Win32.FakeVimes!delf (v) whilst Norton won’t even allow the uif2iso.zip page to open as it has been identified as a KNOWN malicious website: 122 computer threats and 1 identity threat (including Adware Gen, Inforstealer Gamepass, SecurityRisk Downldr and Trojan Horse).

  12. BooYahArt says:

    Great, so helpful. Thanx!!!!!!!!

  13. pOgs says:

    Thanks dude..you’re a genius

  14. wiinnova says:

    Nice stuff. Thanks for sharing

  15. FeedbacQ says:

    Good stuff. Thanks for sharing

  16. Nice information shared! Thanks a lot

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