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Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by vennas, Mar 16, 2005.

  1. vennas

    vennas Member

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    Iv stumbled upon a game off the internet, that i already own. its is zipped up in a .rar file and contains further .rar files inside then data inside these. can anyone help me burn to dvd so it will work as a backup, or point me to a direction that can?
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    Use winarar to extract all the .rar. If there are more under that, use winrar again. Burn the iso as an image. Even though I don't see why you downloaded it if you already own it :/:/
     
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    cheers for the help, but how do i go about burning the iso as an image? and there doesnt apear to be an iso, just a .cue and .bin
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    In nero when you browse for the image, hit the down arrow at the bottom for "file types", then select "all image files". Browse to the .cue and use it.
     
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    it's much better to burn from the original.
    Also when you use Winrar you usually only have to extract the first file in the list, should be one that has a file name like filename.0001 and after you extract it you should get an ISO. I have no idea what to do with Bin and Cue files because i have only seen those when backing up movies. And with movies i know that you burn the CUe file.
     

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