XDVDMulleter Version 10.2 Beta can be used to extract all DVD ISO files from a DVD directory. It supports all DVD iso files including those with DVD-5, DVD-9, and DVD-10 formats. It can also unpack DVD-5, DVD-9, and DVD-10. It can unpack all DVD-9 software region and all DVD-5 software region and also all DVD-5 and DVD-9 dual region. You also can extract all.cso files from a DVD directory. Using XDVDMulleter Beta 10.2 can extract DVD ISO files from DVD-9, DVD-10 and even DVD-5 discs. It can also unpack DVD-5, DVD-9 and DVD-10 discs into the specified folder and also unpack all.cso files from the DVD disc into the specified folder. It is a simple and powerful tool to unpack DVD ISO files and also extract all.cso files. XDVDMulleter....
XDVDMulleter Beta 10.2 is a powerful tool that can help you extract all ISO files from a DVD or CD disc, including all DVD iso, DVD-5, DVD-9 and DVD-10 discs. It is a simple and powerful tool that can unpack ISO files and also extract all.cso files from the DVD or CD disc. This tool also can extract all.cso files from the folder. With the help of this tool, you can extract all ISO files from the DVD-9, DVD-10, DVD-5 and even DVD-9 dual region discs. In addition, it can extract all.so files from the DVD disc as well. The program also supports the decryption of all DVD disc and DVD-9 software region, and can unpack all software region protections. This tool can also extract all.ttf files from the DVD disc as well as extract all.ttf files from the folder. You can also extract all.ttf files from the DVD disc. The program also supports the decryption of all DVD disc and DVD-9 software region.
Edit: XDVDMulleter works on my Windows 7 computer, but I can't seem to get it to work on my friend's Windows 8 computer. I'm gonna try it on my Windows 10 computer to see if it works (hopefully).
I'm using Windows 10 64-bit. I tried it on my PC and it won't load either. I tried the exact same version of XDVDMulleter on my friend's Windows 8 computer and it worked fine. I'm gonna try it on my Windows 7 computer and see if it works, but I'm not optimistic.
Edit: I'm not having any problems with my Windows 10 computer, but my friend's Windows 8 computer is having the same problem. Hopefully, it'll work on my Windows 7 computer. I'm gonna try 7-zip and see what happens.
I too am having trouble getting this to work. It's taken me a while, but I've finally got it. I'm using the RAR file as a.iso file because it apparently can't handle a.img file. When I extract the.img file, it just makes a larger.img file (like it is empty or something). So I'm using the.rar file to extract the ISO that I want to load. When I do that, I get the invalid TOC error in the process. I tried it in 7zip, XDVDMulleter, and I tried it in the program itself. It always does the same thing. If I extract it normally, it makes a bigger ISO, but it won't load for me.
I used to use Xisodump, but since the need to always make sure no disc I used was already copied and known to exist, a redump will usually suffice. If you have many discs you're using you may find a redump format you like more. Xisodump is great for new games and beta games that have been released. 827ec27edc