Combine Files To Make An All-In-One - +KMA!!
Hey, I have purchased legally all of the copies of Sims 2, and all of the "stuff" packs that you can purchase to go along with it. I've backed up each of the discs to my HDD, but I would like to combine them into one super big .isourl==http://=http:///url all in one file. I've googled my ass off and just can't come up with a solution, so any help would be greatly appreciated!!
Recap - Combine about 10 .isourl==http://=http:///url files into a simple, userfriendly, all in one .isourl==http://=http:///url file.
What program did you use to make the discs into iso files? Just use that one...
I use Toast Titanium 9 on my Mac.
1996 called. It wants its computer games back.
why would there be 10 iso files? isn't it one for each DVD? so..like 4?
[quote4bde766b6d="tylerc"]I use Toast Titanium 9 on my Mac.[/quote4bde766b6d]
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[quote828d12edbc="ilanbg"]1996 called. It wants its computer games back.
[quote828d12edbc="IMDB"]The Sims 2
Release Date 17 September 2004 [/quote828d12edbc]
no, there's 10 different expansions that I have, and I'd like to be able to create something to where I can make an all in one file, and when I put the disc into my computer it will pop up and say "Sims All In One", and have the option of which game to install
I don't even think that will fit on one dual-layered DVD.
Yeah, it can be done. It's really not worth it. Considering everything is in ISO form, there's no way it's going to load the ISO and install it. If you extracted everything from every ISO into separate folders...it could be accomplished, but it would take hours and again, it's not worth it...and you'd need a Blu-ray disc to fit it all.
I used to create those with various different applications and such ... I forgot the name of the software I used was though. Try searching Google for "autoplay menu creator" or something of that matter.
haha i've seen them do that for microsoft word and photoshop programs out there on torrent before...where they put them all on this all-in-one for you..it's awesome. maybe you should just download one ...D
[quote48afe2171e="TFOAF"]I used to create those with various different applications and such ... I forgot the name of the software I used was though. Try searching Google for "autoplay menu creator" or something of that matter.[/quote48afe2171e]
I'm about to tear my face off. I "purchased" AutoPlay Media Studio, and have created a great AIO menu, and this is just for the extra "stuff" packs, there are 8, which all in all will fit on a DVD (2.6gb). I've extracted all of the .isourl==http://=http:///url files, so now I have 8 folders filled with files for installation, all of them having "autorun.exe" to install. Now when I open up my autoplay studio and make it so when I click on "Happy Holiday Stuff", it launches autorun.exe, but the only bitch of it is that autorun.exe needs autorungui.dll along with it. I've tried simply everything but can not figure out how to do it, because when I build my AIO to an .isourl==http://=http:///url and run it, when I try to launch autorun.exe it comes up with an error saying I'm missing autorungui.dll. I've been at this for probably 6 hours, and am about to throw my laptop across the room and say fuck you to the Sims forever
Can you not add the DLL to the same folder as the autorun.exe file? If your Studio application won't do it, use an ISO editor to add it after the ISO is generated. Just a guess, but Windows EXE's by default will first search their folder for any required DLL's, so it should work.