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Old Jan 04, 2003, 10:28 AM
joaoviss joaoviss is offline
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Blergh!

i folowed the instructions
all the files including ip.bin in the data folder
opened cdrwin, file backup and tools, build an iso9660 image file, unchecked preserve full path names tab, checked include hiden/system files and long filenames (joliet), checke recourse subdirectories too.
made the iso
opened it in winISO full, and converted the iso in bin+cue
typed in dos: [b]bin2boot data.bin[/b], it made a image.cdi
the cdi gives am eror in cdmage [u] invalid format[/u] and a 3 tracks image in isobuster
typed [b]cdi2nero image.cdi image.nrg[/b] and made a nrg

the problem is:
the nrg has 2 tracks, both data mode2.
the 1st track is 691mb long and the 2nd track is only 1mb long
when i open the nrg in nero image drive, it gives me a 2 audio track disc

it's worth to burn it??
or i made any mistake in the process??
please direct me
thanks again
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Old Jan 04, 2003, 02:02 PM
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Well, the two data tracks in mode 2 sounds correct. This is because (if I am not mistaken) bin2boot makes a data-data selfboot as opposed to the audio-data selfboot (like the ECHELON kit makes). The first track should be bigger (and yours is) ebcause its the game data. The second track should be very small (and again yours is) because thats just there to make the game self boot.

There is really no way to know if you don't try it I guess
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Old Jan 04, 2003, 04:00 PM
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hey dcm386
i'm getting sad, i burned the nrg i done with your help. the game boots fine and so, and freezes after the echelon intro
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i put the disc on my dc, it goes fine until echelon's intro (that in bomberman online and tennis2k2) and reboots.
now it doesn't reboots, but freeze in the purple screen

can it be my burner?
or my dc?
it works fine in another cds i've burn
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Old Jan 04, 2003, 04:31 PM
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[i]Originally posted by joaoviss [/i]
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opened it in winISO full, and converted the iso in bin+cue
[/B]
There is your problem just bin2boot the iso don't convert it.
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Old Jan 04, 2003, 04:43 PM
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[i]Originally posted by somedude99 [/i]
[B]There is your problem just bin2boot the iso don't convert it. [/B]
I thought bin2boot needed a .bin/.cue file, not a .iso file
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Old Jan 04, 2003, 04:51 PM
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i made the .iso in .bin+.cue using winISO
and only after this i use bin2boot in the .bin and got a .cdi

naaaaahhhhhhhhhh
the game boots, but freezes after echelon's intro
any idea?
 

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