Hi All, I’ve read a billion web sites and many posts on how to rip DVDs, and actually, I’m pretty good at it. BUT, the problem is, I always take a DVD5 to DVD5 or a DVD9 to DVD5. No problem there. Today I am faced with an weird problem. I’ve got two DVD5 discs (a Playstation game) that should be a single DVD9 disc. I know where the layer break is supposed to be. My problem is, of all my programs (UltraISO, DVDDecrypter, IMGBurn, Nero, DVDShrink, DVDFab, Clone DVD, Apache, etc), I’ve not got none that can take multiple files and put them together in a valid DVD9 format where you are allowed to specify layer breaks. My idea is, if the ISO is properly built, then Apache (a PS2 specific ISO utility) will see it AND the layer break. So far, nothing. Does anyone have any ideas how to take 7 Gig of data and convert it to a valid DVD9 ISO (on your harddrive for testing first) along with the ability to specify the layer breaks. Basically, I have 17 files. 16 go on Layer 0 and the last goes on Layer 1. The IMG file is already created, but none of my afore mentioned programs recognizes the format (it is a PS2 game). So far, I've been able to use Nero to make an ISO containing all files, and DVDDecrypter burned it, but I got the same error message (this disc can not be played) as if I had simply loaded the Layer 1 disc by itself. This makes me think that the .pak file for layer 0 got placed on layer 1 and the .pak file for layer 1 was burned to layer 0. Any ideas?