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Old Jun 28, 2002, 10:51 PM
gigoat gigoat is offline
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Default dreamcast .cdi files in toast

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I have had some luck with .cdi files when using CDIrip 0.6.1 for mac. The ones that worked were extracted to 1 (one) or 2 (two) data files (iso images?). These data files mounted in toast 5 without problems. I was also able to burn these without problems. I have many other back up game files that are in .cdi format; when extracted with CDIrip, there are a few different things that happen, a few games have 1 (one) audio file, which actually has no audio, and 1 (one) data file which is not mountable by toast 5. The other scenario is multiple audio files that do have sound, anywhere from 12 (twelve) to 33 (thirty-three) files along with 1 (one) data file which is mountable by toast.

I am looking for suggestions on how to burn the game files which have the 1 (one) audio file, no sound, and 1 (one) data file and the multiple audio files plus 1 (one) data file games.

Thanks in advance.
Old Jun 29, 2002, 09:41 AM
holyniht holyniht is offline
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This tutorial should help you out grately

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