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#1 theplowking

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Posted 12 March 2003 - 04:18 PM

Splitting SEGA GT 2002 and JSRF Bundle Disk

If you have the NTSC version of the SEGA GT 2002 and JSRF bundle disk, you may want to separate the two games to backup to DVD or to put onto the hard drive.

SEGA GT 2002

1. Copy the following files:

SegaGT.xbe
saveimage_replay.xbx
saveimage_ghost.xbx
saveimage_game.xbx

and the following folders:

adx
afs
aix
Media
movie
videodata

To a directory of your choosing.

2. Delete all files in the Media folder except gtxfx.bin

3. Rename SegaGT.xbe to default.xbe

4. You should now have the following files and folders in the directory you created:

adx
afs
aix
Media
movie
videodata
saveimage_replay.xbx
saveimage_ghost.xbx
saveimage_game.xbx
default.xbe

SEGA GT 2002 has now been separated and should function as the stand-alone version





JSRF

1. Copy the following files:

SegaJSRF.xbe

and the following folders:

Media

To a directory of your choosing.

2. Delete the following files from the Media folder:

ambient.wma
gtxfx.bin
launch.wav
menu.wav
TEXTSKIN.SKN
XDEMOS.SKN

3. Rename SegaJSRF.xbe to default.xbe

4. You should now have the following files and folders in the directory you created:

Media
default.xbe

JSRF has now been separated and should function as the stand-alone version.


#2 nitronutter

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Posted 19 May 2003 - 09:28 AM

the pal ver of this disk is oversize for dvd-r by 100mb or so

I copied the disk before reading this tut

firstly i ftp'd in and copied the whole disk to pc hd

then i looked at the folders and noticed demovideo

some of the demovideo files were about a 100mb so i just deleted 1 of them (the redshift 1 to be precise)

then i made the .iso with gdfimage

but upon booting the burnt disk i just got a blue screen

so i then added a 0 byte file of the same name as the deleted movie file and placed in the same location of course.
i then made another .iso again with gdfimage and burnt it and it worked fime, both games run and so should all the movies except of course the 1 you replaced with the 0 byte file, run that 1 and you can only guess what will or wont happen smile.gif

well it saved me the trouble of finding which files/folders to seperate and it would have saved me a blank, if i had replaced the movie in the 1st place with 0bytes, getting both games on 1 dvdr.

fortunately as this was 1 of my 1st 2 home backups i used cheepish 4x media for testing








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