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How do you make an ISO using IsoBuster? I've done it before a long time ago, and now I've completely forgotten how to make one. Thanks in advance!
 

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Once you have installed it run the program, insert the cd. Right click on track1 and select extract to iso/bin. It will make a file called track1.bin.
 

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Originally posted by Keiichi
Once you have installed it run the program, insert the cd. Right click on track1 and select extract to iso/bin. It will make a file called track1.bin.
I have right-clicked on track1, but there's no extract to iso/bin. Do you mean extract track to RAW? coz when I tried clicking that, it does make a file called track1.bin
 

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good one gerbil :D
But there's a problem when i try to use Isobuster, everytime I insert a CD (or start it with a CD in the drive, you name it) is causes an access violation in WinME. Haven't tried in Win2k though, has anyone seen this?

Note: It's not that bad as the program does not close and I can still extract the ISO with it. But I still like CDRwin, Blindwrite or Adripsx :p to make these.
 

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Hrm...I don't get any access violation in Win ME when I use IsoBuster...What version are you using? I'm using 0.99.7.4 (I should get the latest release, but I'm too lazy).
 

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But that's the same (and latest afaik) version I'm using! :eek:
Hmm, gotta check this. It hurts the reputation of my rock solid system (at least it is what intel says about it's mobo chipset).
 

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Actually, I just went to IsoBuster's site, and it says 0.99.7.5 is out. Maybe it's working because I'm using an AMD system? :p
 

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Just found out, on my Win2k it runs fine. And I found out too that the error occur when it tries to read the TOC of the CD, very strange. Might be CDRom driver related?
 

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Personally I prefer cdrwin but that is just what I "grew up" with. Now if you really wanted to talk about things that I grew up with, we can go back to talking about epsons and apples and *gasp* ms-dos autoexec.bat and config.sys tweaking for that 2k more of memory to get your freakin game running! (anyone who has played Darksun back in the day is likely familiar with this) but I digress. Actually now I can't even remember what I was talking about. I think I need more coffee. Just out of curiosity, how can you put "rock solid" and winME in the same line? They're practically a living contradiction! So have you updated the drivers/firmware of your cd-rom drive lately? Ever exhibited these problems with other cds non-psx?
 

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> Just out of curiosity, how can you put "rock solid" and winME in
> the same line?

Probably the same way some goofball on an AOL commercial said "AOL is fast." It's all in the perception. I certainly wouldn't call ME rock solid.
 

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> Just out of curiosity, how can you put "rock solid" and winME in
> the same line?

Neither I said that. I meant that my system was rock solid, not WinME. M$ always has a way of screwing a good system up...

And I'm using AOL :lol:, I know it's not fast, but for me it will be free for 4 months...

[edit] gerbilcannon, "you've got a talent for understates."
 
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