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Old 06-07-2005, 07:55 AM   #1
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Default Cd Image File help

I recently aquired a Cd image with all the needed data extension files for it to run except the .cue,.iso,.bwt or any other file sort of image file for that matter.

Though there is a blank file named

"---[100%]--[All-files-CRC-OK]--[50-files]--[TLF-BT NO 1]-" i tried changing it to img file format but it didn't work.

im wondering if i could still start running the cd with just the data extention files? or is there some way i can create an image file again so that these data extensions can be run. There is no readme in the file.

data extention files are named accordingly

kotor2a.001, kotor2a.002 etc

there is also an .sfv file in the folder does it have to do with anything?

Could the problem also be Deamon Tools?

Help would be great thanks,


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Old 06-07-2005, 08:37 AM   #2
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Default Re: Cd Image File help

try renaming that file that has no extension to a .zip, or .rar file, which might be compressed.

I don't know the other facts without researching i'm afraid, and i'm in college at the moment..

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