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.iso problem with ps2 backup

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by fsfd1, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. fsfd1

    fsfd1 Member

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    i have a bak up of spongebob the movie ps2 game but wen i open the file there is no .iso file only the files inside the iso for example .001 .002 etc
    is there anyway to burn theses files onto dvd to get the game to work

    thanks fsfd1
     
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    Did you download your back-up? If so, use WinRAR and navigate to the directory your files are in. If there is a .rar file, open that and extract the .iso If there isn't a .rar file, open the .001 file and extract the .iso

    The .iso should be there, you just have to take this extra step to decrompress it.
     
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    when i decompress it again it gives me the .bin .cue files
    can i burn this game with those files

    and thanks for previous help
     
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    You may want to search through the forums on a guide to that. I have only used the .bin and .cue files a few times.

    As far as what I know: Yes - you can use those to burn. I believe your best bet would be to use Alcohol 120%. Then you add the .cue file to your layout and burn it. I think the idea is that the .cue file points the program to the .bin file (which is your actual data file). I am sure if you look around you can find an answer - its a fairly common question.

    Sorry I couldn't give you a more definitive answer, I am a "newbie" too.
     
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    thanks for the help

    and thanks to afterdawn again for the great guides they provide

    keep up the good work

     

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