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I want to rebuild a dual layer iso of God of War

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by vesper8, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. vesper8

    vesper8 Member

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    Hello! Last week I successfully extracted both layers of an original dvd9 iso of GoW.

    Now that HDloader works with the dual layer patch. I want to copy the FULL game including all bonus movies. My problem is I don't have the original ISO anymore, only the 2 extracted layers.

    How can I rebuild those into one single dvd9 iso file? I tried using cd/dvd gen 1.50 by choosing a new dual layer master dvd-rom. Then I put all my files in layer 0 and put part2.pak on layer 1. When I export my IML file it doesn't say anything but my 2nd layer.. just completely ignores it and if I then use imp2iso it also ignores my part2.pak so that's not working too well..

    Any idea how I can basically undo the step of splitting both layers from the original dvd9 iso?
     
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    it's not.. i've read it already. frankly nobody ever has to do what i'm wanting to do. All tutorials available reconstruct the ISO as a flattened single layer image.

    I get the feeling what i'm trying to do is not possible... but will keep hoping someone has the answer
     
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    Jizmak Regular member

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    You need to have the Original Iso 7.93 GB in order to burn dvd9
    or to export to HDD.
    The pak2.file has to be in the second layer.
    I dont think the process could be reversed properly,
    Beacuse the original Pak2.file was written in PTP.

    Backup Games you legally own.
     

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