OK, so I have a PC Engine CD game, and I'm trying to put an emulator on the disc too so I can just run it on any PC.
The way the disc is structured is:
1 audio track (telling you that you can't listen to the disc on your CD player)
1 data track (unreadable by Windows)
A bunch of audio tracks (music for the game)
And another data track (repeated data for quicker load times)
First I tried the logical thing and got rid of that first audio track and replaced it with my files, but the emulator refused to boot the disc (I'm guessing it was trying to read my files as the PC Engine game)
I tried a bunch of other things too but the only way the emulator would load the game is if I put my files onto a new track at the end of the disc.
Now, that's fine, except Windows will only see the first audio track. Is there any way I can burn the disc in a way that the data files are still on the last track, but Windows will be able to read them?