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is this iso corrupt? is there any way to save it?

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by teegees, Aug 24, 2004.

  1. teegees

    teegees Guest

    i have a pair of .iso files which appear corrupt although my knowledge of such things is limited.

    i succesfully burned the file to a cd-r with nero while the cd was full it was in a RAW format which i guess is just junk and i couldnt use it for anything.

    so i downloaded cdmage and a isobuster to play with the files. i tried all the iso formats in cdmage but i recieved either a invalid file format error(m1/2048) or file length doesnt match sector boundary(every other format) except when i selected to open it under the raw image type. this brought me a dialog box to detect the image type and make a .cue file. but this failed with the following error(image type is different then assumed) no matter what i did.

    isobuster showed the image as just a single large track with no folder/file organization. i tried to search for a file system but nothing came up.

    so my guess is whoever created the iso did a bad job and this thing is junk. but im new to this so maybe i missed something.

    is there any way to save this file?

  2. aldaco12

    aldaco12 Active member

    Nov 6, 2002
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    I'm afraid not. If someone has an answer, he's well welcome.
  3. Shoey

    Shoey Guest

    If you had no luck with IsoBuster, then I believe your outta luck m8. What is the origianl names of the iso files?
  4. teegees

    teegees Guest

    ty for the replies. the original names are:
    freelancer CD1.iso and Freelancer Cd2.iso

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