I’m hoping someone can help me out here.
I have put several movies into DVD ISO files and stored them on an network storage device.
Something went wrong with the device, and I had to pull the drive out of it and connect it to my system via a USB adaptor to get the data off.
All but 2 of the .ISO files now appear to be folders, not true .ISO files.
I can open the folder, and There are 2 files inside. One named “1” at about 4+gig (I’m assuming that is the DVD itself, and another named “2” that is about 300+KB wich I am assuming is file information.
I tried to copy these folders from the network storage drive to my PC, and get a “folder is corrupt error” because it is really not a folder.
Now the question, anyone know of a way to get these folders to appear as actual .ISO files? I’m assuming there is a bit not set right somewhere in the FAT for the drive for these files.
I would really love to recover these files. If anyone can offer any advice or assistance, it would be greatly appreciated.