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Postby Imthatoneguy » Fri Oct 20, 2017 5:37 am

OK, so I downloaded some games and they didnt unzip to ISO. A few of them unzipped to a ton of different files, and a few unzipped to a format that I am unfamiliar with. So, first question being, for the files that are broken into multiple archives, how do I put them back together in order to burn them to a disc?
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Second question being, for the format I don't recognize, how do I burn that to a disc that I can use in my soft-modded Ps2?
unknwnfile.jpg
I've included photos for reference. And a 3rd question, when i have to download a game over multiple downloads, again, how do I put the two parts together?
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Re: Trouble with files

Postby FreePlayFlorida » Fri Oct 20, 2017 6:13 am

looks like you need to unzip the files to then gain more files to unzip (first 2 pics) once you have a folder with the files you just unzipped, then unzip again and should produce the files you want, as for the last pic, looks like its part 1 of a set of files you need, 01, 02 etc, once you have them all, should just be able to open the first one and will unzip the set to create the file you need, if you dont have all the files it will tell you, ensure you have winzip or similar installed
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Re: Trouble with files

Postby Biggsy666 » Fri Oct 20, 2017 6:59 am

viewtopic.php?f=0&t=63261&p=446578&hilit=extracting#p446578

viewtopic.php?f=75&t=71342

Chack the NFO file in the download, loads of threads on these topics too.
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Re: Trouble with files

Postby mistamontiel » Fri Oct 20, 2017 8:10 am

That's too much to take in , especially that he's just only informed to keep extracting ..

It's called .. 7-Zip !!! Yup multi-archived , .00x files will mean use 7-Zip , they're split in multi-archives

7-Zip still not common knowledge ? What the fuck l0l n welcome
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Re: Trouble with files

Postby sasapinjic » Fri Oct 20, 2017 11:55 am

It is just double packed archive , simply extract part/file 001 again with 7-zip , and you done ! ;)
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