Multiman is splitting my games!

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  1. Mariosegafreak
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    Mariosegafreak AKA ZeroTheSavior

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    I updated multiman to the latest version and now my disk rips are being split.

    This is kind of annoying since I can't load then with webman, how do I fix it? Can I merge my files without having to copy it again?

    EDIT: nevermind. It appeared in webman. Guess it doesn't matter.
     
    Last edited by Mariosegafreak, Jun 15, 2015
  2. dmc310

    dmc310 GBAtemp Regular

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    Yup me too every disc copy that I am ripping to multiman is being split and the covers are black in white what about you??
     
  3. Plstic

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    I use IRISman for this reason. I hate having my isos split
     
  4. dmc310

    dmc310 GBAtemp Regular

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    But since when has multiman started doing this I remember it never did this
     
  5. Mariosegafreak
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    Mariosegafreak AKA ZeroTheSavior

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    How do I copy a game in irisman though?
     
  6. Meteor7

    Meteor7 Guess where this thumb goes.

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    I'm having exactly the same problem. MultiMAN v4.70.02 worked once for the first game I copied, Tales of Vesperia, but the process gets aborted no matter which game I've tried since. The result is a message saying "Aborted!" as well as a "Split", grayed-out, game file. The same thing happens with versions 4.66.10 and 4.50.03. I'm currently using REBUG 4.70.1 REX.
     
  7. Meteor7

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    Bumping this.