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Thread: How I can extract Chrono cross nrg/bin

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    Frog Guest

    Default How I can extract Chrono cross nrg/bin

    Ive converted Chrono cross nrg to bin and I've tryed to extract files from it , but there are two files in bin when I open it whit winiso or isobuster. Slus_010.41 592,00KB and SYSTEM.CNF 0,07 KB...why those files are so small and bin is about 702mt. I want to extract bin files and copy them to cd and play it on playstation...how I can extract bin files like they are in playstation cd?

    Two posts came by accident.

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    ummmmmmm

    two topics the same?

    ok then?

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    That's strange 2 the same topics,

    Can't a moderator or a admin delete the 2nd topic

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    why did you make 2 topics frog????

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    Chrono cross sucks anyway it in no way lives up to its prequil in my opinion... they f*cked it up real good....

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    i dont like rpg's anyway

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    hmm nearly 1am best get 2 bed

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    Crono Cross is a great RPG!

    btw, why did you convert the nrg to bin?

    just get Nero and burn it!

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