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Need Help Buring Harry Potter .iso with CDRWIN
Need Help Buring Harry Potter .iso with CDRWIN –
I'm trying to burn the .iso image of Harry Potter from the Miracle release. After I go to File Backup and Tools in CDRWin and select Record ISO Image and point to the m-hp.iso file, I set it to Mode1 and Disc Type CD-ROM. When I hit start I get the following error:
File lenght is not multiple of the CDROM sector size
Any idea why or how to work around this? Is there a way to convert an .iso to a bin / cue in CDRWIN?
hmm.. have u tried it in any other programs?
nero supports .iso file types. And so does fireburner. Try it in different proggies first, cause that's a common issue. If you still have no luck... it might jsut be a bad image.
Try burning it in Mode 2 -not- Mode 1. Every PSX and CD-based PS2 game under the sun is Mode 2...
If nothing else, create a CUE file named m-hp.cue in Notepad using this:
FILE "m-hp.iso" BINARY
TRACK 01 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 00:00:00
Tried both mode 2 and the cue file, neither worked. This is the error from the cue file:
Error: Invalid CUE SHEET command at Line 3
Previous file is not a multiple of the specified block size
I noticed that miracle released a repack of the bin / cue saying that people had trouble with the "weird" iso. I though maybe they were being sarcastic that nobody knew how to burn a .iso any more. Maybe it really is weird.
I tried DiscJuggler and it accepted the .iso and burned it. I put the settings to Mode2 and CDROM-XA, however when I went to play the game it would load really slowly and was choppy. You could here the CD in the drive spin up then stop for a while, then spin up again and the game would load some more. Should I have used different settings to burn the .iso?
Honestly? Give up and look for another release. In my experience, Miracle releases are a miracle if they work...
The only other thing I can think of is that some idiot created the ISO with Roxio's EZ-CD Creator which does ISOs in a format that aren't quite real ISOs...
Also, the spin-up / spin-down sounds like the laser is having a hard time focusing on your brand of media too.
I think I forgot to change the block size and left it on 2048. What should I use 2352 or 2336? Any ideas?
Used for disc images containing only data. This block size is commonly used for mode 1 tracks.
Used for disc images containing data. Commonly with mode 2 tracks.
Used for disc images containing audio or raw data.
Process of logical elimination....
2048 didn't work.
2352 didn't work or the Cue sheet wouldn't have benn rejected.
So, what's that leave...?
BUT wait a minute....
I just checked my other hard drive and M-HP is a Bin, not an ISO and that release burned perfectly in CDRWin.
Quit screwing around and dump what you have. Just locate the Bin/Cue...
P.S. I still think its a goofy EZ-CD Creator ISO...