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RAR file contains img files!!

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

  1. Vrupper

    Vrupper Member

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    Totally new to all this so excuse my ignorance.

    I have got a Brothers in Arms RAR file, so i have extracted it to a folder. These are the contents: -

    License Folder
    System Folder
    Biasnd IMG File
    Menu_p IMG File
    Mp.soz SOZ File
    Sles_528.88 88 File
    System Speeddial

    How do i get this onto a DVD????
    The 2 IMG files are 2Gb and 1.2Gb but there is no ISO, BIN, CUE file to use Nero etc to burn.

    Please help anyone!
    Cheers

     
  2. jonels

    jonels Regular member

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    i think u may have opened the rar and viewed/opened the image from within winrar, as winrar can open images i believe
     
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    that looks to me like it hasnt been saved as an image and sum1 has just opied the disk on to their hd. bt i dnt no so sorry if im rong
     
  4. mjonz20

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    Those are the files on the disc. When it got extracted, it went further than the .iso and brought up the actual files. You need to take those and make them into an image. Use Isobuster.
     
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    romero Regular member

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    Chect the file extension of the package: I still think that this is the common misunderstood considering WinRAR's file associations because newer versions will open ISO files as a default and many people has thought that they are compressed packages.
     
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  6. Vrupper

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    Hi, what a nonce.
    The Rar file was actually an ISO file, but XP was bringing it up as a RAR file. Wrote the ISO file with Nero and it works fine along with Swap MAgic 3.3!

    Cheers for the help.
     

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