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    Registered User d4n122's Avatar
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    [UnAnswered] ps3 sak tell me more

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    hi guys ! need some info. I made a backup with SAK of my game fifa Street I have download it on my PC and i see the file is a .aa file, what's this format ? is a movie ripped is this type ? i have renamed it in .iso and i burn it on a dvd it appears that the architecture is the same than in the blu-ray disk exactly.

    How does the ps3 make the difference beetween an original Bluray and a burned one ? What are the mains protections on the Blu-ray disks ? what are their name ?

    how many of you have a Bluray burner ? and have you already burned a Blu-ray game ?

    thanks for all

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    Hi,

    In text editor (notepad) write: copy /b yourname.aa+yourname.ab+yourname.ac yourname.iso
    Save as test.bat

    Execute with your files in the same directory.
    It's merge aa+ab+ac in iso files.

    If you have more files just write the complement
    Last edited by Sub27; 05-27-2008 at 06:57 PM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sub27 View Post
    Hi,

    In text editor (notepad) write: copy /b yourname.aa+yourname.ab+yourname.ac yourname.iso
    Save as test.bat

    Execute with your files in the same directory.
    It's merge aa+ab+ac in iso files.

    If you have more files just write the complement
    i tried with that method and it worked

 

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