News: 11 March 2016 - Forum Rules Current Moderators - DarkSol, KingMike, MathOnNapkins, Azkadellia, Danke
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Voting closed: June 24, 2017, 01:57:45 am
Lol, one quick scan says it contains virus or malware, no thx.
I have no doubt that it's a false positive, very common with these types of things. But I wouldn't use AVG as some type of "see it's safe" proof.Anyway here's a VirusTotal link. Guess gafugarion uses Qihoo-360 (WTF is this?) as his AV. https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/418f3d3eff63ffd16eacd178d97a75a5b1ea7cd3990602b621f10cd2d2ea3cd0/analysis/1467062085/
Ohhhhh man I need to locate my ancient BoF3 disc PRONTO and give this bad boy a whirl!
Please upload this file to a site that isn't going to spam our users with silly survey ads (and potentially worse). I have removed the link. I tried downloading it with noscript enabled and even after enabling a few of the ad domains (on Linux) to see what would happen I still couldn't download it.
@shadow501, I like the image on the screenshot. Are you reading the Riu's image from the CD with code, or you use already taken image?
That is tool can read by ISO/BIN file, I lost my project because I was deleted something by wrong.
I'm sorry to hear that Do you remember in what file the Riu's image is? Also would you be so kind and explain to me, what is the image format? Like BPP, how internally is stored,...
Hmm, you probably misunderstood me I have a tool that can read different type of images from games: Visual SAK. So I was hopping you can describe to me - what file contain the images used in your tool. And what is there internal format. If I know that info I will be able to implement it in the tool and thus, make easier finding other images from BOF3
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