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    Question ISO making question

    Hi i was wondering how to go about making a game ISO to use in place of the disk for my diablo 2 that i could put on a jump drive and transfer to my windows boot
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    Unhappy Re: ISO making question

    Did not understand anything from your post.

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    Re: ISO making question

    Quote Originally Posted by gigenieks View Post
    Did not understand anything from your post.
    I second that

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    Post Re: ISO making question

    I think the OP wants to burn one of his games to disk using a .iso format, so he can transfer it to Windows via a cd.

    OP:

    You can access windows files from linux by using a software tool, such as this one:

    http://www.ext2fsd.com/

    That's if your game is linux compatible.

    And if I'm assuming right.

    PS Clarity and detail help in getting your problem sussed. We are 'linux for human beings'

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    Re: ISO making question

    Quote Originally Posted by MG&TL View Post
    You can access windows files from linux by using a software tool, such as this one:

    http://www.ext2fsd.com/
    This is to access Linux Partitions within Windows
    http://www.ext2fsd.com/?page_id=2

    With Linux, by default, read/write to NTFS. Windows, by default, can NOT access Linux Partitions. I'm happy it can't

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    Re: ISO making question

    Well what Mushroom wanted to know I think is to how to rip a game dvd and create a ISO file from that and put it on to a external or a separate partition which windows van read and transfer that on to his windows system using that drive.

    You can use "Brasero" to create or to rip your DVD or you could install K3B instead of Brasero and use K3B to rip it as a ISO.
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    Cool Re: ISO making question

    Quote Originally Posted by amjjawad View Post
    This is to access Linux Partitions within Windows
    http://www.ext2fsd.com/?page_id=2

    Linux, by default, read/write to NTFS. Windows, by default, can NOT access Linux Partitions. I'm happy it can't
    Grr... I just knew I'd get it the wrong way around.

    I quite agree, the thing with Windows, it's so big, and there's so many hidden files, that you don't know what it's doing. So it could be doing anything to my precious linux distro. In fact, I allowed it to do one of it's disk checks after a Ubuntu install, and it told me there was corrupt files. Ok, so then it deletes Ubuntu Talk about over-reacting. I've since set it not to do a disk check regardless.

    I hate it.

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    Re: ISO making question

    Quote Originally Posted by MG&TL View Post
    Grr... I just knew I'd get it the wrong way around.

    I quite agree, the thing with Windows, it's so big, and there's so many hidden files, that you don't know what it's doing. So it could be doing anything to my precious linux distro. In fact, I allowed it to do one of it's disk checks after a Ubuntu install, and it told me there was corrupt files. Ok, so then it deletes Ubuntu Talk about over-reacting. I've since set it not to do a disk check regardless.

    I hate it.
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    Smile Re: ISO making question

    @amjjawad Agreed. Enough said?

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    Re: ISO making question

    Quote Originally Posted by mg&tl View Post
    @amjjawad agreed. Enough said?


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