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Discussion in 'General Software' started by im2good, Mar 18, 2010.

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  1. im2good New Member

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    Hello All Members

    This Is My First Post So I Request U Plz Corporate With me If There Is A Problem In thread .

    Actually I M looking Ofr A Software Which Make DVD9 Games(Like 10 Game) To DVD5(4.3 GB)

    It Doesn't Matter If It Take 3 dvd5.

    I Know The Process Of Splitting Or winrar But I M Looking For A Software Which Work Like As

    When i put DVd1 And Click On Install And After That It Automatically Ask For DVD 2 And then DVD 3

    I Saw This Process IN many Games I Purchased From market and i fed up By searching it

    Then My Friend "Vitrag Shah" reffer id vitrag24 Said me To Post A Request Here And I Really need This Software So PLZ Help Me If Possible

    Thank You In Anticipation
     
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    The first thing that came to mind when i read this was gouging out my eyes
     
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    First of all... that post is terrible to read. Seriously, English does NOT have a capital letter at the start of every word.

    Secondly, what you're talking about is basically piracy - you want to rip dual layer games and split them onto single layer DVD's - that is not allowed here.

    Since i'm in a good mood i'm merely going to get this thread locked - normally, you'd get banned for posting stuff essentially asking how to pirate games.
     
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    Wow .. that sure is some request.

    I'm afraid, as far as i know there is no such software available - whilst is possible to do what you are asking, the exact nature of what to do and how to do it would vary significantly from game to game.

    Although some piracy groups will "Re-Package" a game installer to achieve the effect you are looking for - this is a highly "once - off" procedure, and it would not be possible to simply repeat the procedure for another title as the games entire installer and packed data files would need to be re-written, and repacked, and every installer and data pack are uniquely configured to that specific title.

    Not to mention what this would mean for the copy protection.

    In short I'm pretty sure you would have far more luck learning to program, decrypt, decompress, and crack, and then repackage the titles yourself, however this would be significantly illegal.

    As for an all-in-one software that could do this for you - the sheer nature of the work required to develop something that could just recompile ANY installer on the fly would be insane.

    And would cost possibly hundreds of thousands of US Dollars in man-hours for development and testing. - It may simply be cheaper to just buy the game.

    I realize that this does not properly answer your question, but I hope I have helped shed some light on at least WHY you may battle to find such an application.
     
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    Smack your friend for sending you to the wrong place.
     
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