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Reconstructing ISO

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by hadouking, Jun 7, 2007.

  1. hadouking

    hadouking Member

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    Alright, I've been searching the forums for awhile now, more or less I just got a copy of Accent Core and I can't seem to find the appropiate image file or cue/bin files here is a simple screen shot.

    I don't know much about what this guy says, then again this was from another forum post.

    If anyone can lend me a hand much will be appreciated, I've tried alot from Isobuster, alcohol, and Nero, I can burn and copy my games just fine, I just don't know how to make up for this, much is appreciate.
     
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    OK, slight problem. The links to your pictures do not work. And the link to Demonoid doesn't work and i think is also against forum rules to post. So post up a screenshot here rather than a link by using image tags which Photobucket will give you when you upload it there. The file was deleted from the server so i would say your best bet is to just find another copy as it was probably bad or had too many complaints.
     
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    Oh wow, ok here is the screen shot, after I used ISO Buster.


    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v505/magnetictemptest/untitled.jpg

    There is a Bin Image, but when I try to burn it all I get is 490 Megabytes, the two Dummy files are over a gig, music is about 100 megs, the IMG file, my computer won't recognize it, Nero and Alcohol both say it's not recognized. I don't know what to do still so if anyone can, any suggestion or steps will be great, I was reading how to reconstruct the ISO, such as GOW and 50 cent, but that's different from this.
     
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    well i know how to rebuild an ISO for a DVD game, but that looks like it may be a CD game given the bin file. What did the file you extracted with ISO buster look like? Usually that program is only used to take apart the ISO. If it was an ISO you could have just burned that instead of even using ISO buster.
    I can not find a good enough picture of the cover to see if it says it is a DVD based game or a CD based game.
     

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