You may name them however you wish. I go by a simple numbering system for my labels (like FF9.bin and then FF92.bin), but whatever works for you. When you want to change disks with ISOs, CDs, or both, go to Change Disc and select the appropriate type you want to change to (ISO or CDROM).Originally posted by mrangryface
I guess my only question would be, how do I do this with a game that uses multiple CDs, does it require a certain kind of ISO naming system? How are cds/ISOs switched when they need to be?
Do you mean a program like Daemon Tools? It mounts the image in a Virtual CD drive, so it looks like a real cd.Originally posted by Athleon
has any program to boot iso ?
I mean, I can run setup/ or install (on 'window explorer') such as autorun function ?
making an iso can speed up the game considerably, since the hd is much faster and has lower access time than a cdrom drive.Originally posted by Dingbat
Last (dumb) question::emb:
What is the advantage of converting an original PS disk to ISO? Does it help with graphics / sound performance?