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burning a two session dreamcast game
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Nov 30, 2001, 02:51 PM
 
Just wondering if anyone knows how to do this. I had a game (NCAA2k2) that was a .cdi file. I converted it with cdirip, from that came two files. They are session 1 data and session 2 data. I tried burning this using the multitrack cdrom option in toast, but it didnt work. Just wondering if there is a certain method to burning games that have two data sessions...
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Nov 30, 2001, 04:37 PM
 
Very subtly asked, Really! No one here would ever know what you were up to.. Doing your bit for the local BlockBuster by backing up their stock in case they suddenly have a totally destructive raging inferno? How kind of you!
     
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Nov 30, 2001, 08:06 PM
 
Originally posted by iPaul UK:
<STRONG>Very subtly asked, Really! No one here would ever know what you were up to.. Doing your bit for the local BlockBuster by backing up their stock in case they suddenly have a totally destructive raging inferno? How kind of you!</STRONG>
Hehe, you know it...
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