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krloxxx
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Post Posted: Wed Mar 24, 2021 2:06 am   
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Hello!

I want to extract a iso of Dragon Ball Raging Blast 1 but the program shows me the message: "Dragon Ball Raging Blast does not seem like a XISO-File".

I dowloaded the game from 2 different websites but i still have the problem

What can i do now?



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Post Posted: Wed Mar 24, 2021 2:55 am   
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What size is the ISO you downloaded? Any possibility it is a Redump ISI rather than an XISO?

Try Qwix instead of C Xbox Tools. If that too reports the same then it confirms there's some sort of issue with the download.

I suppose there's a possibility somebody extracted the game files and mistakenly used a disc program to create a standard data disc image. I've just tried that myself and indeed it does provoke that error message with the C Xbox Tool.

The solution is quite simple if that is the case; just use your zip/rar tool of choice eg. 7Zip. It treats a standard data ISO like any other archive and will extract the contents no problem.

You can then make your own XISO using the C Xbox Tool/Qwix or FTP the extracted game folder to the Xbox.


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 24, 2021 5:43 am   
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The dot ISO files could be ReDump-certified archival Dual-Layer DVD dumps instead of simple XISOs.

Are they over 6GBs in size?

If so, try extracting the XDVDFS portion of the dot ISO file using XDVDMulleter Beta 10.2.


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Post Posted: Sat Mar 27, 2021 12:52 am   
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ArchAngle wrote:
What size is the ISO you downloaded? Any possibility it is a Redump ISI rather than an XISO?

Try Qwix instead of C Xbox Tools. If that too reports the same then it confirms there's some sort of issue with the download.

I suppose there's a possibility somebody extracted the game files and mistakenly used a disc program to create a standard data disc image. I've just tried that myself and indeed it does provoke that error message with the C Xbox Tool.

The solution is quite simple if that is the case; just use your zip/rar tool of choice eg. 7Zip. It treats a standard data ISO like any other archive and will extract the contents no problem.

You can then make your own XISO using the C Xbox Tool/Qwix or FTP the extracted game folder to the Xbox.


Hello!

Thanks for your reply.

The ISO size is 7.29 GB and i used Qwix 1.0 to open it but i saw this meesage of the image. So, there is something bad in the iso.

Then, i tried to open it with 7zip and WinRar but now im seeing 3 folders and the sound folder is empty... That is weird.

kaos_engr wrote:
The dot ISO files could be ReDump-certified archival Dual-Layer DVD dumps instead of simple XISOs.

Are they over 6GBs in size?

If so, try extracting the XDVDFS portion of the dot ISO file using XDVDMulleter Beta 10.2.


I used the option "Extrac files from the ISO" and i am seeing the same folders like i saw with zip and winrar.


And now I have an idea ... What happens if I download another version of the game and try to convert it to an Iso? This version has 3,41 GB



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Post Posted: Sun May 02, 2021 2:05 pm   
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krloxxx wrote:
Hello!

I want to extract a iso of Dragon Ball Raging Blast 1 but the program shows me the message: "Dragon Ball Raging Blast does not seem like a XISO-File".

I dowloaded the game from 2 different websites but i still have the problem

What can i do now?


Dragonball Raging Blast is an Xbox 360 game, not an original Xbox game.


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