Images I think I find with header GBIX..P.VRT in AFS files. But no pvr tool does see them.
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What sort of "files" are you hoping to extract? If you're looking for graphics, have you tried opening the .iso from TurboRIP with a graphics viewer like Tile Molester?ISO Buster say no file system found
ISO Buster should be able to identify the track's filesystem, if it has any kind of filesystem.
You will find one of those audio tracks is not an audio track at all.Well, 2nd track is data for sure.
In this case the data track ends up inside the ISO file.
I'm not sure how the PC-FX works, but it is quite possible it does not use a standard CD filesystem at all and that all the game data is a big binary blob in the ISO file.
What are you using to mount it?Hello, I use DAEMON Tools for it.
Offhand ISOBuster ought to be able to extract the data track, but I think TurboRIP will do it as well, and I'm sure there are other programs.
There was some discussion of this just recently at http://www.romhacking.net/forum/index.php?topic=27688.40 . Apparently a "rebuild sector fields" in CDmage will fix it.