Before formatting my hard drive to dual boot a new install of both Windows and Xubuntu, I made an ISO of my whole SSD and put it on my data hard disk by doing this from a live CD:
dd if=/dev/sda of=/data/OldDisk.iso. This means it contains all of the partitions on there and meant it would be easy to replace Windows (including the MBR etc.) if the whole thing went tits-up.
Now I would like to mount the ISO as a normal hard drive so I can mount a partition on that drive (or mount a specific partition on the ISO) so I can access some of the old files (specifically my music collection) that I forgot was on my SSD not my HDD.
How would I go about doing this?
P.S. XUbuntu is amazing on a powerful PC because the boot time is 2 seconds! Only use Win for some games!