PC copy help using Clone CD

Discussion in 'CloneCD' started by silviazeroshift, Oct 22, 2007.

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  1. silviazeroshift

    silviazeroshift New Member

    I recently got a copy of the game Metal Fatigue but its in MDS MDF format. its a duel cd. I can run the game using daemons tools...and play it. but i was trying to make copys of it using Clone cd trail version and ran into some problems. when i uploaded the images it was burning and half way though gave up on me and gave me an error message. i dont know what im doing wrong? does anyone have a tuturial on how to make PC copys through Clone CD??? and the what are the right settings??

    also i got help on another page but didnt understand it that well..can anyone explain it better.??

    CD-Copy Instructions CD#1:
    Create the following temporary directories:
    TempDir#1 : C:\TEMP\CD
    TempDir#2 : C:\TEMP\CD\PATCH
    Copy the full contents of the original CD#1 to TempDir#1.
    Extract the File Archive to TempDir#2.
    Burn the contents of TempDir to a CD-R and use the same CD-Label as the original CD.
    Remove/Clear the TempDir#1.
    CD-Copy Instructions CD#2:
    Create the following temporary directories:
    TempDir#1 : C:\TEMP\CD
    TempDir#2 : C:\TEMP\CD\PATCH
    Copy the full contents of the original CD#2 to TempDir#1.
    Extract the File Archive to TempDir#2.
    Burn the contents of TempDir to a CD-R and use the same CD-Label as the original CD.
    Remove/Clear the TempDir#1.
    Play Instructions:
    Install the game - Full Installation.
    Extract the METALFATIGUE.EXE Patch from the archive to the game directory.
    Execute the Patch to remove the CD-Protection.
    Play the Game!


    can anyone give a easier explanation??
     
  2. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    Buy the game instead of asking questions about the Alcohol 120% image file format please.

    I can not help people who do not own the original game (also goes against the forum rules, really).

    http://forum.slysoft.com/showpost.php?p=51369&postcount=3

    Thread closed. :policeman:
     
    Last edited: Oct 22, 2007
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