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iso's are burned images of your cd....to make 'em you hafta use programs like ISObuster....for more info check the faq @ psxemu...
 

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man all my ISOS are bigger than 650mb,
i would like to burn then as isos, cuz i dont have a psx.
and if a game is small i can burn more things into it.
im using CDRWIN and CLONECD but in CDRWIN the IMAGEfiles works fine but they are larger than 650mb, and the ISO9660(?) option when i create it. the CDRWIN copys fine but the emu crashes in a read error or don;t reconize CD as a real PSX CD.

what program can do working images EXACTLY the size of the Contents on the CD without copying that subchannel data thing?
 

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An ISO contains all information on a CD, written and unwritten. Windows reads 1 mb as 1,000,000 bites. When in all actuallity, 1 mb is 1048576 bites (1024 * 1024). So that 650mb is only 619mb according to the ISO standard.
 
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