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Booting an iso >8gb? –
Hi everyone, I have a question: would anyone know how to boot an iso that is over 8gb? TehJawKnee suggested in an old thread that it's possible using IMGburn but I can't quite contact him to ask questions about this. Maybe by making the Dual Layer Profile in the settings custom and putting in values? I have no idea of this. Please, if someone can help me, I'd very much appreciate it!
yes you will need imgburn to make a fresh ISO and then after that you need to use WinHIIP 1.7.6 to install the Game to your HDD then you can run it either using OPL or HDL
Yes, I know that, it works just fine for an original Rock Band iso, but when I edit the iso, it tends to grow in size as I put longer songs in and the iso's size increases from 7.66 gb up to the point where I try to boot the iso with HDAdvance like I usually do (first flattening the image and loading it with mode 2) and it just pink screens me.
Originally Posted by amp2006
I once made a huge Flatout 2 iso by inserting files beyond the last files in the ToC, and it gave me the same result, most likely due to being larger than the Dual Layer limit of +/- 8gb.
i thought DL limit was 9.5 Gb ? but the problem would definitley be the LBA addresses if the files you are replacing are bigger than the originals.
Originally Posted by T3HM3T4L
128 installs , last on 24-May-2013
PS2 50002 PAL Silver
+ Network Adaptor + 500 Gig
Hitachi IDE + FMCB 1.8b
PS2 79002 PAL
Slim Unmodded FMCB 1.8b
black CFW 6.60 B10 PhotoFast 5400 with 2 x 8 Gig micro SDHC
It could be, I just know that anything that just comes over the 8gb will give me that specific error. That could very well be it, but I don't know anything about that, can you explain? I posted on SKS Apps too and someone suggested the 'LBA fix'. Could you provide some explanation what it all means and what would have to be done?
Originally Posted by spud42