dodecahedron wrote:i must say i'm surprised this worked.
So was I !!
dodecahedron wrote:i'd have thought that .nrg files have some more structure to them then just a container of files....and that concatenation would not work.
Well, NERO generates this image and the 4 GiB limit is a file system
thing. I can burn the image from Nero, even if it's in 2 parts on a FAT32 drive- I just name the first file (image.nrg) - so obviously they've done something to deal with it.
Isobuster apparently reads the file list from the first part of the image and when I try to extract files with high LBA addresses (which slop over into image.nrg.001), gets an error because it's not aware of this second part.
Nero ImageDrive apparently has the same awareness for the large images as the main application does- that's what I found out by tring this.
dodecahedron wrote:OK just re-read your post, and if i'm reading it right, you say you already did the first thing i said above and the result is that the files are indeed idntica. OK what about the files from the 2nd .nrg ?
The files I extracted (or tried to) in steps 1,2,4 and 5 were always the same files
(at high LBA address).
What I'm going to have to try still is to see if the files from the image are identical
to the originals. I'll have to track down a suitable image first.