their are several programs that can make isos but the one i use is isobuster which i will attach here so you can download it. also a iso image is a very large file 400-600 mb so it takes up alot of room. once you get the program on there right click on session then clic on extract section and choose to extract raw. then when its done open the iso with epsxe
I don't have ISObuster, but for CDRwin set up as below.
The only difference is that I didn't have a PSX game in my CDROM. That means that when you make a PSX ISO there will be a green circle signifying MODE2 instead of the yellow circle.
Hey why does my above pic look all blurry? Oh well. So you'll want to use those settings and name your file .iso or .bin and then just hit start and wait for your ISO. If you don't specify a location for the file then it should be in your CDRwin folder. Hope that works for you.
First run Blindread and then slect "Dump the Image of a CDROM" then click next and then choose your cdrom and then choose the format of the file and then click next. Next press read. It's easy isn't it?
Anyone over here heard of paragon CD emulator.It is a great utility.It compresses the images by almost half.But the problem is that those images are not compatible with epsxe.But the Paragon CD emulator develops Virtual CD roms and through those CD roms we can use these images.