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Old Aug 04, 2003, 02:47 PM
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[B]If you burnt from .iso and not .bin files then it will never work.
PSX games must be copied using a disc image format only, .iso is NOT an image format. [/B]
not true at all...
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Old Aug 04, 2003, 08:05 PM
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Obviously a statement from someone who hasn't got a clue what the difference is between an .iso file and an image.
For those who don't know, and there are obviously lots, an .iso file is a file that is created from straight DATA only.
Instead of posting ignorant statements I suggest you get a hold of ANY program that can create .iso files and see for yourself.
CDRWin and DROPtoCD are two.
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Old Aug 05, 2003, 12:51 AM
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Ok, just for you I dumped a CD containing 1 data track and two audio tracks to an ISO.

FILE "test.ISO" BINARY
TRACK 01 MODE2/2368
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 02 AUDIO
INDEX 00 30:46:19
INDEX 01 30:48:20
TRACK 03 AUDIO
INDEX 00 31:46:19
INDEX 01 31:48:20
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Old Aug 05, 2003, 08:05 PM
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Good grief! Need I say more!
celtic_druid that is the contents of a .cue file, which I am sure you must be aware.
A .cue file is the text file that CDRWin uses to burn the correct layout of a .bin file, which is of course an IMAGE.
A true .iso cannot, and will not, ever contain audio tracks.
Only cd image files have the capability to contain audio tracks.
Like I suggested before - get a hold of CDRWin and see for yourself, hopefully that will prevent future incorrect statements.
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Old Aug 05, 2003, 11:01 PM
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Yes it is a CUE. A CUE for an ISO which DOES contain audio tracks.

Your original point was about BIN's and ISO's. BIN's also come with CUE's so the fact that this has a CUE doesn't matter. If a BIN gets to be a CD image then so is an ISO.

I do not use CDRWin and I don't care if it can't create an ISO with audio tracks.

A "true" ISO?? So who decides what a true ISO is? I also have a mode2 form1 ISOof a CD here with only 1 data track that WinRAR can't open. I suppose that isn't a true ISO either?
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Old Aug 05, 2003, 11:37 PM
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Just because you created a bin file and gave it a name which included .iso doesn't mean it is an iso file.
If you don't use CDRWin then why are you getting involved in this conversation?
Using CDRWin you can create an .iso file or a .bin/.cue combination of an PSX game.
The .iso will never work, the .bin/.cue will.
 

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