Recently I had downloaded a language application for my MacBook. The application consists of ISO file. In the morning when I tried to open that file I received an error message as: “ISO No Mountable file systems”. In spite of numerous efforts I am unable to open the file and it becomes inaccessible. I really don’t know what type of error it is and how to resolve it. If anybody have any idea about it then please help me..
You don’t need to worry because you are not individual who is getting this error. Generally MAC users report such kind of error. I myself have experienced this error when I tried to open Skype on my MAC system. I downloaded this software and when I tried to mount the image I got ISO No Mountable file systems error. It was also an ISO file and it completely becomes inaccessible. Actually what happens that when you try to mount the ISO file, operating system is unable to catch the proper format of file system due to any kind of damage or missing files. Sometimes it also leads to data loss.
In that situation though it was difficult for me to sort out the error but I knew that there is solution for every problem. So I had tried to mount the image using Disk Utility as it was known to me that ISO file is functionally similar to DMG file. The tool easily resolved the ISO No Mountable file systems error and maintains the integrity of file. So you should try to mount the image using disk utility tool. If however you are unable to mount or tool fails, in that case you can use third party software. According to my information MAC Data Recovery software is popular software which can easily resolve such kinds of errors. If you have lost any of your files you can also recover them using this software.