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A friend gave me a file that he recorded from a cd. When I click on the file {name}.c2d, it wants to start this Easy VHS to DVD program. After some Internet research it seems this is a Roxio proprietary image file not unlike a .iso file. I tried to convert it to .iso and then burn the ISO to a cd but have had no success at all.

Any suggestions as to what I can do. My ultimate goal is to convert the file to .mp3 or another file format that can be played on a computer.

Thank you

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You are correct about the file AND V2D will not handle it...

 

I do not know how you would burn it without something like Creator Classic... ~ never used the c2d for any output :huh:

 

I would reccomend you get your friend to burn another as Data or Music or put the content on a Thumbdrive for you.

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The C2D file is a Roxio Image File, a disc imaging program created by Sonic Solutions and later published by Roxio. The C2D file is used to store an exact copy of the data from a CD and may be used for duplicating or backing up discs.

 

IsoBuster also supports the following image file formats: .DAO, .TAO, .ISO, .CIF, .FCD, .NRG, .GCD, .P01, .C2D, and .GI.

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Thanks cdanteek,

I have tried isobuster and may not be selecting the correct options because it doesn't compete the process correctly, so although it creates the .ISO file, I still cannot get it over to a burnable image - also using image burn once the iso is created.

Any ideas as to where I may be going astray?

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Thanks cdanteek,

I have tried isobuster and may not be selecting the correct options because it doesn't compete the process correctly, so although it creates the .ISO file, I still cannot get it over to a burnable image - also using image burn once the iso is created.

Any ideas as to where I may be going astray?

 

If the iso file is created then that is the burnable image file. Why can't you use Imgburn to burn the image? Exactly what is happening?

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Thanks cdanteek,

I have tried isobuster and may not be selecting the correct options because it doesn't compete the process correctly, so although it creates the .ISO file, I still cannot get it over to a burnable image - also using image burn once the iso is created.

Any ideas as to where I may be going astray?

 

Do you have a free version of IsoBuster or a bought version?

 

If you have a bought version look in the help file under 'Converting from/to different image file format'

 

A free version doesn't have all functions enabled.

 

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I used free isobuster and converted from c2d to iso to start with. I wasn’t sure of the options to use but my options were 1) Extract User Data (*.tao, *.iso, *.img, *.wav), 2) Extract RAW but convert to Used Data (*.tao, *.iso, .wav), or 3) Extract RAW Data (2352 bytes/block) (.bin, *.iso). I tried option 1 first and the error is that Sector 0 couldn’t be read. Next, option 2, will convert the file to iso and when I try to burn it with Image Burn, I select Write image file to disc, locate and select the file, also select the verify option, and before I can start the burn process, a message is returned to me starting “Invalid or Unsupported image file format!” So on to option 3, which also completes and seems to be the correct format for Image Burn. I select the new file and get no error messages, so start the burn process. Image burn is also free.

 

Once complete, the verification process starts and I get the following messages:

Microcompare at LBA: 1 Offset 2072

Device 0x49

Image File 0xFF

Total Errors in Sector: 280

Would you like to continue?

 

Answering yes produces another, followed by another, followed by another and then the process continues along as I watch the screen, I see the following message countless times: Note: The drive probably corrected the EDC Area because it’s wrong in the image file. (This line repeats about 40/sec)

Once complete, and I look at the disc via Explorer, I do not see any more that was written to the disc than this:

 

[.ShellClassInfo]

LocalizedResourceName=@%SystemRoot%\system32\shell32.dll,-21815

 

Although it looks like a whole lot more was written, I cannot open with any program at all. When I check properties, there is no free space on the disc.

Thank you again for the assistance.

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The free IsoBuster lets you see but not do anything because they want you to buy it.

 

Exactly what do you want to do with the c2d image file?

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I have about 1TB worth of audio and video files form this person; the audio is in c2d format and I want to convert it to something playable; either .wav, .wma, or preferrably, .mp3, I just do not know how to do that.

Thanks

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I have about 1TB worth of audio and video files form this person; the audio is in c2d format and I want to convert it to something playable; either .wav, .wma, or preferrably, .mp3, I just do not know how to do that.

Thanks

 

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