Putting a game together

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Feb 9, 2011

Putting a game together by drakorex at 8:29 PM (866 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. drakorex
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    Member drakorex GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    I downloaded all the parts of Tatsunoko vs Capcom and now I need to know how to combine them into one file. I'm using winrar. I tried archiving them and then extracting them, but they didn't combine

    The files show as STKE08_100.7z.(001-015)
    and STKE08_100.7z.sfv

    What did I miss?
     
  2. Mazor

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    You're not supposed to combine them.

    Extract STKE08_100.7z.001.
     
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    download and extract with 7zip, no combining....
     
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    Extraction isn't an option. I can either Add to archive
    Add to STKE08_100.7z.rar
    Compress and email
    compress to STKE08_100.7z.rar and email
     
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    *sigh*

    1. put all the parts in the same folder.
    2. double click on any random part so it opens up a window
    3. drag the largest file within there to outside the main window
    4. watch it extract (it'll automatically get it from the other parts as well)
    5. ???
    6. profit
     
  6. drakorex
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    Ok, thanks. I'll give it a try
     
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    Ok, let me state that I'm not here to piss anybody off, so I apologize if I'm not up to your level of expertise yet. With that said, I did like Wever told me and double clicked on one of the parts, and it just asked me what program I wanted to open it with
     
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    SFV is a file used for verifying the integrity of a file (To see if it's corrupted or not). I recommending using QuickSFV if you like doing that kinda stuff.

    7zip will definitely open up the 7z file and the latest version of Winrar should be able to as well.
     
  10. drakorex
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    Well, I used HJsplit and joined the files together, then extracted it with winrar. But thanks though.
     
  11. Taleweaver

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    Hey...no problem. I can't speak on behalf of others, but it sure boosts my confidence. [​IMG]

    Aside from compression programs, I'm also familiar with advanced hacking tools like utorrent, irc and wii backup manager.




    (now where is that penny arcade comic with those youngsters bragging about their 1337 kazaa skills?)
     
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    Please please please PLEASE tell me you aren't serious...uTorrent is a bittorrent client (Not a hacking tool), IRC is internet relay chat (How is that a hacking tool?), and Wii Backup Manager allows you to add backups to your hard drive when formatted for WBFS (Again, not really a hacking tool)...
     

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