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Thread: UltraISO Probs

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    Alright, I'm getting just a little frustrated with this problem now, which has recently cropped up.

    Basically I'm using UltraISO to extract folders from a CD/DVD image so I can add / remove certain files. Now, I haven't changed anything in the settings when it worked correctly, all file extensions regarding images have been ticked, yet when I extract them to a directory then come out empty.

    Now the image definately contains data, it's a DVD. UltraISO see's this data. When extracting either the folders, for example "AUDIO_TS" & "VIDEO_TS" or any files inside these folders for that matter, I still end up with the same results. 2 folders titled the same but empty.

    See screenshots below.



    As you can see, a full image...



    Even UltraISO recognises the files. I choose to extract the 2 folders...



    Normally a DVD takes a few minutes. These 2 folders were extracted in 0.00015 seconds (both empty).

    Anyone know what the hell is going on here? Serious answers only please.

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    For DVD video, use DVD Decrypter and/or DVD Shrink.

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    Well I only really need DVD Decryptor for decrypting legit DVD's to DivX / XviD. But since I'm on a fast connection and access to NG's I don't really need to use it.

    I would rather use UltraISO and can't figure out what's wrong as it was working last time I used it.

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    you could create a folder called VIDEO_TS and then extract the files to that folder to get around this little issue.

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    That's the thing... they won't extract.

    I've reinstalled, and even tried previous versions. Somethings up.

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    that IS weird. Why don't you try winISO? I use that and haven't had any problems with it. You can even use winRAR for ISOs too. I'm sure you have that proggie already.

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    WinISO is even worse. They don't handle DVD's, just CD's which was the reason I migrated to UltraISO many years ago.

    Looks like I'll be migrating again... I've even read on their forums that the admin even recommend another app with regards to a similar problem.

    From what I can tell, ISOBuster seems to be a decent app.

    Bye bye UltraISO. Was nice knowing you

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    I didn't know winISO didn't support dvds. I don't use it for that so I didn't know. Thanks for the info. Enjoy ISObuster.

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    God damn, this app kicks azzzzzz. Speedy. Customisable GUI. Not too cluttered. Mmmmmmm

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    /me downloads isobuster

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