Playstation 1 Classic Help with iso file

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  1. shanefromoz
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    shanefromoz GBAtemp Maniac

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    Hello all,

    I purchased a Playstation classic and added Bleemsync.
    I have a game which is an iso file.
    Can someone please explain step by step how i can get this to work and which file i put it in on the usb stick?
    I have bin + cue games and they work perfectly.
    Thanks
     
  2. aerios169

    aerios169 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Games/game name/iso
    Remeber not año USB are compatible
     
  3. shanefromoz
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    shanefromoz GBAtemp Maniac

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    Put the iso in a folder.
    Game will not show in the menu.
    All bin/cue games work with no issues.
     
  4. slaphappygamer

    slaphappygamer GBAPerm

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    Back in the day, we would mount the iso as disk image and burn disc as .bin/cue. Power iso and I think daemon tools.

    I kind of want to get a psx classic, but my ps2 would give me evil eye.
     
    Last edited by slaphappygamer, Jun 13, 2019
  5. shanefromoz
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    shanefromoz GBAtemp Maniac

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    bin/cue games work perfect but cant get iso games to load at all.

    Can i please ask what does one do with .mdf files?
     
    Last edited by shanefromoz, Jun 13, 2019
  6. ILuvGames

    ILuvGames GBAtemp Regular

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    It's a disc image file like an Iso file but obviously uses it's own format for storing the data. The format may have been created by the makers of a disc burning/image creating software called Alcohol.
     
    Last edited by ILuvGames, Jun 14, 2019
  7. slaphappygamer

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    That’s the one! Alcohol! We’d use that to mount iso on pc, then burn to bin/cue with imgburn or isobuster. I think someone may have created a iso=>bin/cue converter.
     
  8. shanefromoz
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    shanefromoz GBAtemp Maniac

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    So what do i do with the .mdf files?
     
  9. ILuvGames

    ILuvGames GBAtemp Regular

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    Mount them on a virtual drive on a PC or Mac with something like Daemon Tools and rip them to bin/cue as slaphappygamer pointed out. You can use PowerISO too. Or find that game as a bin/cue rip.
     
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