ISO conversion

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#1

I am having trouble converting a file from ISO to a burnable format. The files are named
eph-atc.oo1
eph-atc.002
eph-atc.003
eph-atc.004
eph-atc.nfo
eph-atc.sfv
The ATC represents the actual game name, but the rest I don’t reconize as files for Clonecd or any other burning software.
Help
P.S. What is a good way to convert cd’s to ISO form, and then back.


#2

They’re not ISO, but WinRAR or WinACE format. You need to download WinRAR (www.winRAR.com) and extract the files from them. Then burn files onto CD.

There should be a eph-atc.rar or eph-atc.ace also. If you don’t have that file, you cannot extract from the rest numbered .00*


#3

Originally posted by DanDaMan1487
[B]They’re not ISO, but WinRAR or WinACE format. You need to download WinRAR (www.winRAR.com) and extract the files from them. Then burn files onto CD.

There should be a eph-atc.rar or eph-atc.ace also. If you don’t have that file, you cannot extract from the rest numbered .00* [/B]

That isn’t exactly accurate.

An Ace or Rar file often are made using the extension .001 as the first file. If the SFV shows the archive is complete - then you’ll need WinAce or WinRar to extract, and all you do is open whichever program’s console and select the .001 file to extract it.

Alternatively - many use Windows Associate - and add the extension to the archive program. (associate *.001 with Winrar).

(Winace 2.x files require the version 2.x or newer to extract as well).


#4

Originally posted by maxwellsmart
I am having trouble converting a file from ISO to a burnable format. The files are named
eph-atc.oo1
eph-atc.002
eph-atc.003

I think you need to rename the first file you mentioned to
eph-atc.001 (the o should be a 0)

And then you can probably use Winrar to extract the files.


#5

I remember a proggy Hpsplit which uses

*.001
*.002
*.003
*.004
*.005
*.006
*.007 etc

If you dont find the proggy then email me 97077@hotmail.com