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.img files
#1
Ia there a way to get .img files to work? i tried converting it into and i.iso file but it wont work
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#2
just take your original PS2 DVD and use imgburn (http://www.imgburn.com) to convert it to iso
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#3
atleast try to just rename to .iso. and this is the *corrected* link >>> imgburn
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#4
As far as I know only Alcohol .mdf file format can be directly renamed to .iso, although I am not sure in case of copy protected .mdf with subchannel data and the like.
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#5
Mount with Daemon Tools or Virtual CloneDrive. Rip the virtual drive to ISO or set CDVD plugin to virtual drive letter.
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#6
Linuzappz ISO support .img images but you have to switch to plugin mode(CDVD=>Plugin)and choose it from Config=>Plugin\Bios Selector=>CDVD=>Linuzappz ISO

The question is,are you really trying to run .img image(which normally contains 3 files...ccd,img and sub and maybe cue)or you are trying to run some small file from inside the disk with .img extension(start with IOP and have .img extension)
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#7
Maybe you're right, vsub.

All emulators boot a copy of the game media. PCSX2 boots PS2 game discs. PCSX2 menu itself has "Boot CDVD" and "Iso Selector" items. I really don't understand what makes they think they have to extract the ISO and run a .img file inside. Glare
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