There's an utility for Windows XP that allows you to play ISO files. That is Virtual CD-ROM Control Panel V2.0.11. You can download it in http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Virtual-CDROM-Control-Panel-v-Download-16468.html. This supports Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home Edition, then do the several ways:
1. Extract the files to your %systemroot%system32\drivers folder and double-click the VcdControlTool.exe and
click Driver Control. Click the Install Driver button and navigate to the %systemroot%system32\drivers folder
and choose VcdRom.sys and click Open and Start and OK.
2. Click Add drive in order to add a virtual drive letter. A virtual drive letter will appear.
3. Choose Mount to mount your ISO image to the virtual drive letter. Now you can enjoy your Virtual
4. choose Eject |Remove Drive | Driver Control| Stop | Remove Driver | OK, when you want to stop playing
with Virtual CD-ROM.