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Any one got any guides on how to make a pc iso????

I need to get GTA copied for my own personal backup :)

Whats easier a rip or an image?

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I suppose making an ISO isnt much of a complication, try the site:
http://www.megagames.com, thats the only site i knows that provide alot of information regarding from burning to ripping. A software, called " WinISO " seems to be able to do the trick IMO :)

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winiso is good.

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i wouldn't make an iso if i could help it.

use clonecd, and if you havea compatible cdrw drive, it'll make a perfect backup, otherwise you'll need to download a crack.

even then, if your drive isn't capable, clonecd will let you emulate the cd protection, and run it without a crack, i believe. i don't know, because i have a lite-on drive, and they do all protections afaik.

asus ones are good too.

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I think my burner is a lite to.

Thanks for the info.
Magni thanks for the site :)

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Use WinISO, it does what you want and its easy to use..

Or else you could use CDRWin

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if you want to make an exact copy try cloning tools like CloneCD or CloneDVD. They make an exact 1:1 copy of a game for personal backup.




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