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Burning larger than 4GB PS2 games with FAT32 HD...?

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Harry001, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. Harry001

    Harry001 Member

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    Hi,
    as you may have already guessed, my hard drive is not formatted using NTFS, and thus cannot handle files larger than 4GB. I have ripped the game I want (Devil May Cry) using DVD Decrypter, which produced the .MDS file and the .ISO split up into .I00 and .I01.
    My question is, how can I burn these files onto a DVD? Nero doesn't recognize the .I00 or .I01 files, and neither does Alcohol recognize the .MDS file.
    Is there a way around this, without having to create an NTFS HD\partition?

    Thanks in advance for any replies
     
  2. devilhunt

    devilhunt Active member

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    just use dvd decrypter to burn the image, all you need to do is select mode iso write then select the mds file, dvd decrypter will automaticly re-assemble the image file whan it burns it
     
  3. Ashman1

    Ashman1 Regular member

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    I had the same problem as you about 2 months ago. I tried many ways to back up large games and had no success. I think the only way to do this is to re-format your filing system. It is very, very easy and you do not lose any data what so ever. I posted a thread on this issue. If you are running Windows XP, it is recommended that you do this anyway. Check it out.


    http://media.fastclick.net/w/get.me...://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/99974
     
  4. Harry001

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    Hi,
    I just converted my file system to NTFS and everything works fine now. If I knew I could do this and not lose any data I would've done it a long time ago.
    Thanks for the tips, and keep up the good work ;)
     

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