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I was wondering how I can take data from my psx games (real game cd's) and turn them into isos/img's on the pc so I can upload them or whatever. I tried saving the .IMG file into my pc from disc but the emulator wont play it. Is there anyway to do this? Thanks in advance
 

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use a program to make ISOs like CloneCD or Alcohol120% (those are the ones i recommend).
 

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Alcohol is Shareware. You can get it here
 

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question, if I create a .ISO image with isobuster, will the subchannels be read by epsxe when I run it? or should I only use it if there's XA data?
 

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>Err i dont got a DVD driver >_>

So? Alcohol supports CD and DVD burners. In fact most software is like that.
 

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El Pendejete said:
question, if I create a .ISO image with isobuster, will the subchannels be read by epsxe when I run it? or should I only use it if there's XA data?
you dont really need a subchannel file. the main thing you'll need it for is to get past copy protection. for XA audio you dont need anything special. perhaps you meant CDDA audio? for that you need to use the .cue file only and you cant use the ePSXe built in reader (it doesnt read CDDA music)
 

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hushypushy said:
you dont really need a subchannel file. the main thing you'll need it for is to get past copy protection. for XA audio you dont need anything special. perhaps you meant CDDA audio? for that you need to use the .cue file only and you cant use the ePSXe built in reader (it doesnt read CDDA music)
oh ok, ty for clearing that up
 
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