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maddogtime
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Post Posted: Mon Dec 29, 2003 11:51 pm   
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Hi,

I have some xbox and ps2 games that consist of the following 3 files:

[gametitle] (11).gi --> ISO?
[gametitle] (12).gi --> FDU?
[gametitle].gi --> same as a .cue file?

Can someone please tell me how to burn these files properly? When I use my version of Prassi Primo DVD 2.0 it says the files are not valid Global Image files!?!?

I am sure there is another way of going about burning these and would appreciate any help!

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Post Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2003 7:33 am   
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cant help ya there??

I have never used those extensions before dude sorry? Sad

All mine are .iso


anyone else!?!??!

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Post Posted: Wed Feb 11, 2004 7:10 pm   
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Try using Record Now Max? It uese the gi(global image) extension...


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Post Posted: Thu Feb 12, 2004 12:21 am   
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I ran into the same thing. And the answer was ridiculously easy.

Take the two or three game(11).gi, game(12).gi, game(13).gi and at a DOS prompt type in:

copy /b "game(11).gi"+"game(12)"+"game(13)" output.iso

This will create a standard ISO file that you can burn with any program. When I first saw this answer I disregarded it, but I saw the same thing in a couple of other places, so I tried it and it works! There is also a batch file that someone wrote:

--- start batch file ---

@echo off
echo ===========================================
echo gi2iso.bat
echo global image to iso conversion tool
echo by someone
echo ===========================================

if "%1"=="" goto usage
if "%1"=="2" goto 2
if "%1"=="3" goto 3

:2
ren *(11).gi 1.gi
ren *(12).gi 2.gi
copy /b 1.gi+2.gi game.iso
goto end

:3
ren *(11).gi 1.gi
ren *(12).gi 2.gi
ren *(13).gi 3.gi
copy /b 1.gi+2.gi+3.gi game.iso
goto end

:usage
echo ===========================================
echo USAGE
echo ===========================================
echo:
echo gi2iso [2 -3]
echo:
echo 2 = join 2 gi files to 1 iso
echo 3 = join 3 gi files to 1 iso

:end

--- end batch file ---

That's all there is to it. BTW, RecordMAX will do this for you automatically, but if you don't have it, then the above is all you need to do.

RPGFanatic


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Post Posted: Thu Feb 12, 2004 12:44 am   
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thanks for the info RPGFanatic.. Great work.

I personally havent seen these files before but there you go..

great to see you using the site guys..

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Post Posted: Sat May 29, 2004 11:36 pm   
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Thanks, works great


RPGFanatic wrote:
I ran into the same thing. And the answer was ridiculously easy.

Take the two or three game(11).gi, game(12).gi, game(13).gi and at a DOS prompt type in:

copy /b "game(11).gi"+"game(12)"+"game(13)" output.iso

This will create a standard ISO file that you can burn with any program. When I first saw this answer I disregarded it, but I saw the same thing in a couple of other places, so I tried it and it works! There is also a batch file that someone wrote:

--- start batch file ---

@echo off
echo ===========================================
echo gi2iso.bat
echo global image to iso conversion tool
echo by someone
echo ===========================================

if "%1"=="" goto usage
if "%1"=="2" goto 2
if "%1"=="3" goto 3

:2
ren *(11).gi 1.gi
ren *(12).gi 2.gi
copy /b 1.gi+2.gi game.iso
goto end

:3
ren *(11).gi 1.gi
ren *(12).gi 2.gi
ren *(13).gi 3.gi
copy /b 1.gi+2.gi+3.gi game.iso
goto end

:usage
echo ===========================================
echo USAGE
echo ===========================================
echo:
echo gi2iso [2 -3]
echo:
echo 2 = join 2 gi files to 1 iso
echo 3 = join 3 gi files to 1 iso

:end

--- end batch file ---

That's all there is to it. BTW, RecordMAX will do this for you automatically, but if you don't have it, then the above is all you need to do.

RPGFanatic
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