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Flattening program question
Flattening program question –
I tried using DVD Decrypter and I can't get it to work. What mode do I have to set it on? Is there any other programs I can download that does the same job DVD Decrypter does?
I used the ISO read mode to get an ISO of Champions of Norrath but I get these 3 files
anyone get the same files as well and not an ISO file?
Last edited by Xundead; 02-22-2005 at 07:22 PM.
anyone? this is very confusing.
Im guessing your Hard drive is FAT32, meaning it can not make a file over 4GB so it creates a split ISO.
so there is no way I can create a single iso?
Your hard drive in the PC needs to be NTFS in order to support a file greater than 4GB. This is only possible if you run Windows XP home or Pro I believe. There is a way to convert FAT32 to NTFS, but yeah..as I said, you must be using Windows XP (Maybe 2000 also? Don't quote me on that) and I think it can all be done via command line.
NT4 and above support NTFS which supports >4GB files, though you wouldn't be able to do a whole lot from an NT4 machine, so that really limits you to Win2K, XP, and 2003.
DVD Decrypter has a workaround for use on FAT32 drives as you've seen, but it's just not going to put out a file you can use with the other tools you're going to use. If you're running XP you can convert a partition to NTFS by using the "convert" commandline tool (type convert /? at a command prompt to get the helpscreen on how to use it) and that'll get you going again. I believe 2000 may also have it, but don't quote me on that as I don't have immediate access to a 2K machine to try.
Last edited by Zylyx; 02-23-2005 at 12:22 AM.
Reason: Added italics emphasis on the commandline.
I am running windows xp. I tried that convert /? in command prompt and after I typed that in I don't know where to go from there.
I get to the iml2iso step and when I hit start I always get an error "Code 204!!! file not found ==> FC003.CNFchampionsofnorrath.ims" I made an ims but I keep getting this error.