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Old Oct 26, 2006, 04:21 AM
twest03 twest03 is offline
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Default How do i burn a iso file from a RAR archive

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Hi guys ,

I was sent a backup of a PS2 game but when i opened the folder it contained multiple RAR files with the extensions .r00 to .r04 , when i opend the files they contained the iso file but all 5 files are exactly the same when uncompressed , can anybody please point me in the right direction as what to do with them

I am fully conversant in burning and creating disc files but have never come across this.

Many Thanks

Yours puzzled
Old Oct 28, 2006, 11:40 AM
4SKIN 4SKIN is offline
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you only need to extract the image once from the first rar archive
Old Nov 14, 2006, 03:58 PM
Trriangle Trriangle is offline
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I recommend using ISO-burner free tool. It is small and very easy to use, yet extremely relaible(as it never failed me) You can give it a glance too


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