Are you running Windows or Linux? I haven't tried ever to extract any ISO's on any linux distributions but have done it a few times with Windows and never had any issues! _________________________________________________________
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Are you running Windows or Linux? I haven't tried ever to extract any ISO's on any linux distributions but have done it a few times with Windows and never had any issues!
I usually turn to my mac's bootcamp (duel boot) partition of windows 7 for extracting isos.
I get that iso game files are nice because you can burn them to a disk and play them that way. I don't want to waste my dvd disks. I wish people would just distribute game folders rather than iso version. That way I don't need to use my windows side :p
I have been using windows 7. I run the exiso gui exe program by right-clicking and hitting run as administrator. A few iso files get extracted to their game folders other file just don't work and the program says it doesn't 'appear to be a .iso file', which is complete crap because they are .iso files...
Some of my unrared games come with .dvd files. Is their anyway for me to extract game folder contents from the dvd files instead? This would be a last resort if you have no idea on how to deal with the iso extraction problem I am currently facing.
If you like I can send some screenshots from my windows 7 computer trying to extract some of these game isos with exiso gui too.
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