Protosstic -> it's probably due to an existing folder for the iso that you try to extract. Try to delete it first with a FTP client.
(exemple for Mygame.iso try to find and delete the folder "Mygame"
niai -> You've got source files of exiso.exe here, it comes from this post. Check it, no virus inside and you can compile it by yourself
It's not that, I am doing it all locally - and funny enough, when I choose an iso, and a destination folder, It makes random folders in the source directory containing a word or two of the source iso name - e.g. Tried with the iso F:\Xbox 360\Fifa 09.iso. Destination was C:\Xbox 360 Games\. Added it, clicked the Go! button, 2 secs later I get a prompt that 0 files were extracted - open error: 360 Permission denied, and it created a folder named 09 in my F:\Xbox 360\ folder (so F:\Xbox 360\09\) - which was empty. It also made another directory in F:\Xbox 360\ named Games, with another folder Fifa within (F:\Xbox 360\Games\Fifa) - Also empty
Hope that helps in maybe weeding out a bug?
*Update: Just played with it a bit, seems the issue has to do with spaces in either the iso filename or the source/destination path! Moved file to F:\ - renamed to Fifa.iso, destination C:\Xbox\, and it worked!
Edited by Protosstic, 26 February 2010 - 02:56 AM.