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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I am trying to join 3 .iso files together to make 1 complete .iso file.

I have been advised to use the cmd box, and put this line in:

copy /b part1.iso+part2.iso+part3.iso filename.iso

This doesn't seem to work, all I get is "The system cannot find the file specified" is there a program that will do this for me?

I have the 3 files in a folder together, where should I place the folder, or does it not matter?
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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That should work make sure when doing this you go to the directory it is in in command prompt

Put the folder in c: drive and navigate to this in cmd using

cd\
cd (name of folder)
1 Like #2
why not try magic iso or something like that?
Not sure if that will deffinetly help you though.
Also, it does depend on what sort of ISO files you have, if they are for certain formats they may no longer work once they have been split, not entirely sure, sorry.
Hope thats of (some little ) help,

Mike..
#3
How to Join ISO Files

Seen this method today on another thread
1 Like #4
Why not just extract them all to a folder, then make a new iso.
1 Like #6
make a virtual drive?
1 Like #7
can you open it with WinRar?
#8
om4r
That should work make sure when doing this you go to the directory it is in in command prompt

Put the folder in c: drive and navigate to this in cmd using

cd\
cd (name of folder)


Sorry, you are talking to a complete novice here. Can you put it in real simple terms.
I get the same error when I get to cd filename

MikeBeaver
why not try magic iso or something like that?
Not sure if that will deffinetly help you though.
Also, it does depend on what sort of ISO files you have, if they are for certain formats they may no longer work once they have been split, not entirely sure, sorry.
Hope thats of (some little ) help,

Mike..


I will have a look at that, but wouldn't want to go to all the trouble of installing something that then doesn't work

deathtrap3000
Why not just extract them all to a folder, then make a new iso.


Can you extract from an .iso? When I highlight them all, and then right click "Extract files" I get an error, what option should I be choosing?



Thanks, but that is how to create an .iso, I need to join them.

vengod
make a virtual drive?


Seems complicated, I cannot get a simple 1 line command to work, so a virtual drive(Whatever that is) is way to advanced.
1 Like #9
deathtrap3000
Why not just extract them all to a folder, then make a new iso.


That's what I'd go for unless there is an aspect of the iso's that doesn't allow this.

John
#10
There is, of course, a very simple answer to this question. Saint, if you promise not to spam / expire / report / sht on anyone trying to do something good for a week, I'll tell it to you.
#11
LOL...

Lets say you called the foler ISO and put it in c: drive in cmd you need to do

Cd\
cd ISO
then press enter
now you should be able to use that command

copy /b part1.iso+part2.iso+part3.iso filename.iso
1 Like #12
download power iso or magic iso from your sources, and use that. It will make the whole process much easier! Once you have installed that software, it lets you open .iso files, and also create virtual drives on your pc. This means, it use some of your hard drive space to pretend it's a disk drive, then you can mount an image file, in this case .iso on to one of those fake drives. This then acts like you have put the cd in a drive.

Under my computer, you will then have an H: drive, A J: drive and so on. You can mount and unmount images (.iso) files to these.
#13
or use nero, etc to burn these individual disk images to disk...
#14
om4r
LOL...

Lets say you called the foler ISO and put it in c: drive in cmd you need to do

Cd\
cd ISO
then press enter
now you should be able to use that command


[SIZE="3"]Woo hoo[/SIZE]

I have done it, don't know if it has worked, but I think it might have. I will burn it to check. :)

Johnmcl7
That's what I'd go for unless there is an aspect of the iso's that doesn't allow this.

John


Not sure, but when I try and extract from the iso, I get an error prompt.



dxx
There is, of course, a very simple answer to this question. Saint, if you promise not to spam / expire / report / sht on anyone trying to do something good for a week, I'll tell it to you.


Thanks for the offer, if you were here 10 minutes earlier, I would've accepted.


brb...


...Spamming threads. :)
#15
thesaint
Thanks for the offer, if you were here 10 minutes earlier, I would've accepted.


brb...


...Spamming threads. :)


Ah well, that's a start I suppose. Enjoy yourself spamming.

Mods, solution found, please expire thank you :)
#16
thesaint


Not sure, but when I try and extract from the iso, I get an error prompt.



What are you using to extract the iso?

John
#17
Thanks everyone, I am burning it now, and hopefully it will work. :)
I will try some of the other methods suggested, and see which one is best.


Johnmcl7
What are you using to extract the iso?

John


When I right click on a file, I only have one option to "Extract here", and that's winrar.

I get an error, and it says "No archives found".
#18
Quick update:

Burnt it to DVD, and It works perfectly, thanks again for all your help.
#19
noob

lol

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