Hacking DSTT quick question

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Hi, when I download and extract the latest firmware from the DSTT site there is a TTMenu and a TTMENU. The TTMenu has a bunch of files in it but the other is a video cd movie. Everywhere I look it says there is supposed to be TTMenu.dat, but I only see TTMENU Video CD Movie. I have tried downloading from this website and a bunch of others already. I'm running vista and I do not know if I'm supposed to use any specific program to unzip the zipped folders. Thanks.
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steveo581 said:
Hi, when I download and extract the latest firmware from the DSTT site there is a TTMenu and a TTMENU. The TTMenu has a bunch of files in it but the other is a video cd movie. Everywhere I look it says there is supposed to be TTMenu.dat, but I only see TTMENU Video CD Movie. I have tried downloading from this website and a bunch of others already. I'm running vista and I do not know if I'm supposed to use any specific program to unzip the zipped folders. Thanks.
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That "Video CD Movie" IS a .dat.
 

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Thanks, thats what I figured. I was confused because it didn't say ".dat" and no one had ever mentioned it as being catergorized as a video cd movie.
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steveo581 said:
Thanks, thats what I figured. I was confused because it didn't say ".dat" and no one had ever mentioned it as being catergorized as a video cd movie.
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It depends on what computer you have and what software really XD You're welcome.
 

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You probably have your computer set up to hide the extension. You apparently also have the extension ".dat" mapped to file type "Video CD Movie" for whatever reason.

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