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DOOM 3

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by mbrownab, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. mbrownab

    mbrownab Guest

    Hello, Whats the best way to put my Doom 3 disks onto my puter in .ISO format. or which other formats can I convert it to?? ty
     
  2. Weycraze

    Weycraze Regular member

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    Alcohol 120% would be your best bet to make images of those disks. Use SafeDisc 2/3 settings to make the image and read slow <8X.

    Alcohol will create .mdf,.mds files.(like .bin & .cue)

    If you need to convert those alcohol images to another format, I like to use UltraISO. It can convert to quite a few formats.

    There are other ways, but I know this one works.

     
  3. mbrownab

    mbrownab Guest

    I tried the Alcholl 120 and when its copying i get errors like "Disk read error" so i just abort. are those errors supposed to happen. The point is I want to share the game and I dont know how
     
  4. Weycraze

    Weycraze Regular member

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    Yes, the read errors are supposed to happen,(your creating a complete disk image, copy protection and all) let Alcohol make the image! Don't abort, let it do what it is designed to do.
     
  5. mbrownab

    mbrownab Guest

    ty I will let you know how it works. CHEERS M8!!
     
  6. geestar20

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    A real good job -Weycraze- keep up the great work and glad to see you helped -mbrownab- till the end.
     
  7. Weycraze

    Weycraze Regular member

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    Thanks geestar20, your help doesn't go unnoticed either. You've indirectly answered many questioned I've had.

    Greetings,

    Weycraze
     

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