How do you convert a 9-disc PSX game to a PSP eboot?

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  1. TheNlightenedOne
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    I'm trying to convert the original WipEout to work on my PSP. The problem is, there are 9 .bin files, and (unless I'm doing something wrong) PSX2PSP only converts 5 .bins into an eboot at a time. Does anybody know how to fix this?

    EDIT: Fixed
     
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    Wipeout wasn't 9 discs... screenshot the files?
     
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    I guess your iso is not correctly done.
    You did a track by track (TAO) instead of a Disc at once (DAO).
    Wipeout has a Data track and then Audio tracks.

    Do you have a .cue fine with your iso?
    usually, image which separate the tracks also create a .cue file.
    You should be able to burn it into a single CD, and remake an iso to get only one 620MB iso or bin file.
    You can mount the cue in a virtual drive and create the iso on it if you don't have an empty CD to burn.
     
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    I am guessing here he somehow has the music tracks down as bin files individually
     
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    Never mind, I figured it out. Thanks anyway!
     

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