You can use WinRaR or any other tool that allows you to split a compressed file into 2 or more files according to the size. And set the size as you can see it written on the disk
or if you are using power ISO go to Compress-> Advanced Properties-> then click Split to Multiple Volumes. The Volume Size will be now be open and put in how much you want on each disk. I.E 1000000K (1 gig) or 1,000M 1G then go back into compress pick the files you want to compress then they will be split into however many parts depending on how much you put in the Volume Size
The disks should be labled; disk 1 and disk 2. Insert disk 1. when it is done loading it should instruct you to put in disk 2. If the disks are not labled; one of the disks should have an install file, double click on it.
To play it on PS2, you buy the game.
Living Single - 1993 The Ex-File 3-2 was released on: USA: 7 September 1995
you simply can't Sony made it so that you cant burn computer disks to play on PS1.they did so so that people cant make illeagal cpoies and steal sonys ideas.2of the things listed will happen if you did 1. you coputer would say ERROR and you coulnt burn the disk. or 2. you burn the disk, put it into your PS1 and that would ruin it bottom line, DON'T BURN PS1 GAMES ONTO DISKS OR YOU COULD GET ARRESTED FOR PLAGARISM
Dual layered DVDs allow you to burn twice as much data to the disk as a single layer (8.5GB as opposed to 4.7GB). However, it may not be convenient, but burning to 2 separate DVDs is probably a better solution. To burn dual layered DVDs you need to have all sorts of unneccesary garbage, including disks that cost about $3 each.
You can only file "single" if you have completed the divorce papers and the final decree has been read and approved in a court of law. In this particular case, you would file "Married, filing separately".
It's all contained in your save file on the PS1's memory card. Once you complete disk 1, you save your game once more before switching disks. Your save file will now be set up to continue, using disk 2 instead.
Both movies are 2 disks only for a limited time
No, to install them you need to have the disks.
either split into 2 DVDs or go and buy a dual layer DVD, assuming you have a DL burner. Use Nero to burn.
The video or movie that downloaded from Torrent comes with various file formats such as AVI, MP4, MKV, and WMV. So when you want to burn Torrents to DVD you have to convert video to DVD format (MPEG-2) before burning it to a DVD disk.
Burn to DVDThere are several file formats that will play on DVD players depending on the ability of your DVD player. I would check your manufacturer's information to see what type of files it will play. Most newer DVD players will play AVI or MPEG-2 file formats. I use NCH Software's Express Burn at http://www.nch.com.au/burn/index.HTML to burn Audio, Data, & video to CD, DVD, and/or Blu-ray discs.
i think a pass is reading the input file, i.e. the file in which the code is written in the source language.so in a single pass compiler, the input file is read only once and in doublepass compiler this is done 2 times .
the one i have has got 2 disks :)
Is Scott and his Ole Lady Married? If yes, file joint -Filing status 2, If no, file head-of-houehold or single - filing status 4 or 1.
You'd have to split it, like use WinRAR to turn it into 2 4GB RAR files. Or if you have a DL DVD burner, burn it to a dual layer DVD, 8.55GB.
You can use pretty much all types of CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray disks to burn pictures. All disks that that you can write to (CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, etc) will work for pictures (you cannot write to a CD-ROM). Although you can burn pictures to all types of disks, some types of devices only accept certain types of disks. Having that in mind, I suggest you choose which disk you wish to use by the following criteria: 1. The size of the disk (CDs are 700MB & DVDs are 4.2GB-8GB) 2. How many times you want to write to it (R - once or RW - many times) 3. By what you want to use the disc for (don't put pictures on a blu-ray disk and try to play them on a normal DVD player).
PrinceSanty: In the FAT32 File System Microsoft MS-DOS versions 4.0 and later allow FDISK to partition hard disks up to 4 gigabytes (GB) in size. However, the MS-DOS file allocation table (FAT) file system can support only 2 GB per partition.
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-one- I don't know who said "one" But that is completely wrong. There are four disks in the Sims 2 holiday edition, not one. And just so you know the disks should be the following colors: 1. Red 2. Grey 3. Green 4. Yellow. I hope I helped!
windows support 2 file formats 1.text file 2.binary file in a text file in windows , each line is teminated with a carriage reurn followed by a linefeed character .but when a file is read by a c prog in text mode,c library converts carriage reurn/ linefeed character both in to a single linefeed character. but in case of binary file ,the prog will see both carriage return & linefeed character