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I'm trying to burn an .img file (along with associated .ccd and .sub file) to a CD with TT by using the Copy command, but when I do I get the message "Not enough space, 708.8MB needed only 702.8MB available.), is there a way to work around this?

 

(When I try to use Save to Disc to create an .iso image I get a "Not Recognized" message when I click on the .iso image/file.)

 

P.S. I also tried burning it to a DVD+RW but it doesn't work, would DVD R do the trick? (I don't have any and don't want to buy them just for this but I will if I have to.)

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I'm trying to burn an .img file (along with associated .ccd and .sub file) to a CD with TT by using the Copy command, but when I do I get the message "Not enough space, 708.8MB needed only 702.8MB available.), is there a way to work around this?

 

(When I try to use Save to Disc to create an .iso image I get a "Not Recognized" message when I click on the .iso image/file.)

 

P.S. I also tried burning it to a DVD+RW but it doesn't work, would DVD R do the trick? (I don't have any and don't want to buy them just for this but I will if I have to.)

 

 

Question, are you trying to copy a copy protected game? If so that would be illegal and we can't help you with that here.

 

If I'm wrong carry on and explain things a bit better..

 

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What happens if you try using "disk utility" to the burn the image file? Also does the error message indicate "disc" or "disk" ? Disk = HDD ; disc = Media

 

If I use to use Disk Utility I get the message:

 

Unable to burn "Steambay.img." (not recognized)

 

 

When I click on .iso file I get:

 

Warning

 

The following disk images couldn't be opened

 

Image Reason

Steambay.iso not recognized

 

Yes as CD pointed out, it is illegal to copy "copy-protected" games. How was the .img created? Using what application?

 

 

It's a movie; I don't know how the original was created.

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If I use to use Disk Utility I get the message:

 

Unable to burn "Steambay.img." (not recognized)

 

 

When I click on .iso file I get:

 

Warning

 

The following disk images couldn't be opened

 

Image Reason

Steambay.iso not recognized

 

 

 

 

It's a movie; I don't know how the original was created.

 

 

Copy protected movies off a Torrent site are no different, illegal!

 

We are done here...

 

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