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I am trying to make an ISO of FF7. It all works fine except I cant copy the MOV files. Any idea why? I even tried manually doing it and it says it an invalid MS-Dos comman. Im on XP. I have tried WinISO, UltraISO, etc. I cant get it to copy the whole thing..:S Thanks. oO
 

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... are you extracting content of disco or making an iso??

I personaly recomend Alcohol 120 %...
 

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I am trying to make an ISO. Havn't tried Alcohol..hmm. I was just saying, ,manually I cant extract the .mov files. I will give that program a shot though. But yes, the files are from the original cd.
 

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... you mistunderstood makeing iso I think... after makeing iso from cd you have one big file on your hdd... usually with extention *.iso or *.bin...

try alcohol it's worth it's price :)
 

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KanedA said:
... you mistunderstood makeing iso I think... after makeing iso from cd you have one big file on your hdd... usually with extention *.iso or *.bin...

try alcohol it's worth it's price :)
Yes, an ISO of the cd, an image. That is what I was trying to make, but it didnt work because my programs could not extract or pull the mov files from the cd into the ISO. I am going to try Alcohol, i will let you know if it worked. Thanks :)
 

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very strange... but well, with Alcohol you shouldn't have any problem

good luck :thumb:
 

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KanedA said:
... you mistunderstood makeing iso I think... after makeing iso from cd you have one big file on your hdd... usually with extention *.iso or *.bin...

try alcohol it's worth it's price :)
There's also a free trial version :)

If it's movies you can't seem to dump, check if there are any fingermarks or scratches on the disc. Or try another cd drive if you have multiple (I have one old cdrom drive which doesn't read discs as well as my cd burner)
 
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