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.RAR Files to .ISO Files?

Discussion in 'PS2' started by TMAC1FAN, Jul 10, 2003.

  1. TMAC1FAN

    TMAC1FAN Member

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    Is there a program that turns .RAR files into .ISO Files?

    Thanks
     
  2. pas2mania

    pas2mania Regular member

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    Why would it be in RAR in the first place? Unless you downloaded it which is called piracy and is not allowed.
     
  3. TMAC1FAN

    TMAC1FAN Member

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    No I didn't download a pirated game, it's my version of All Star Baseball 2004, and I downloaded a rippack to help me back it up and it said the ISO file should be where the .RAR file is, so I thought that I might have to change the file or something.
     
  4. msb5150

    msb5150 Regular member

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    I am not quite sure that this is what you need to do but to answer your question you should fist decompress the rar file and use a program like isobuster to create the iso file.
     
  5. bddarkman

    bddarkman Regular member

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    like that ip thing

    how you get it to work ?

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  6. TMAC1FAN

    TMAC1FAN Member

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    How do you decompress.
     
  7. billz

    billz Active member

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    you need a program called winrar
     
  8. billz

    billz Active member

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    Edited by moderator.
     
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  9. Oner

    Oner Moderator Staff Member

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    Don't worry about the IP gif in the above signature. Only you can see your own IP on it, it is not broadcast on the web. Anyone who sees that gif sees their own information, and no one elses. By posting up a pic of what you see, you have shown your own info.

     
  10. billz

    billz Active member

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    thanks,what's was that even doing on the ps2 board?
     
  11. msb5150

    msb5150 Regular member

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    So much controversy about my sig, its just a pic I found on a software companies site, I realized that it didn't have any security problems because it doesn't broadcast ones ip, only edits the pic, I its my sig 'cause I could find no other use for it and it freaked me out when I first saw it so I figured I'd unleash it on the AD community, so far this is the only post I have had to make regarding the pic.
     
  12. billz

    billz Active member

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    im just confused by the purpose of it being in your signature if its to freak aD user out, than you have suceeded at least for me. do what you want,as long as i know there's no threat.
     
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    any programs that can keep your ip private?
     

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