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Old Jul 07, 2003, 04:14 PM
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Default An easier way to dummy up a file?

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Is there an easier way to dummy up an image file? One that doesn't involve burning with cdrwin or cdrecord. Cause those two methods simply dont work for me. I would much rather burn with Alc120, DJ, or even Nero since those seem to be the most reliable proggies for me.

Ok, here's my whole situation. I have a Garou:MotW .cdi image thats only about 450mb, I would like for it to be around 700mb. How would I go about doing that? And please don't refer me to those old dummying directions over at dclover.tecbox. I already gave those a try and it didn't work out. The part that said "proceed with the self-booting tutorial" is what ultimately screwed me over, I ended up burning nothing but coasters.

So could someone please post some simplified dummying directions, or possible refer me to a page with the necessary steps already posted. Thanks.
 

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