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    What do I do with all these r0/r## files?

    I just torrented Klonoa, and it came with all these r0/r## files
    What should I do with them? I'm extracting the first .rar file now, since it has the KLONOA.iso file.

    Edit: Here's a screeny, if it helps
    http://i195.photobucket.com/albums/z..._2day/scrn.png (hotlinked since it's so large)

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    With some downloads, youll get 1 actual .rar file and then the others will start with r00 and go to rxx. You want to click on the actual .rar file and click extract to. Then it will extract that file and then next will be r00,r01,r02 and so on till its all done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasons34 View Post
    With some downloads, youll get 1 actual .rar file and then the others will start with r00 and go to rxx. You want to click on the actual .rar file and click extract to. Then it will extract that file and then next will be r00,r01,r02 and so on till its all done.
    So do I have to extract all of the .r0/r## files? Then what do I do with them aftwerwards?

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    Like I said before, when you click on the actual rar file, all the other files will automatically be extracted 1 by 1. To make it easy, click extract to and extract the rar file onto your desktop then a window will show up showing the process. 1 by 1 it will extract the files but only 1 file will show up on your desktop. That file will be the entire game file. Right click on the file and click properties. The file size should be exactly 4,699,979,776 bytes. If its anything different from that, delete it because its a bad ISO file. If its exactly that, then you can delete those old files but keep the desktop file.

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    Okay, thanks a lot!

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    every iso file i have is 4589824kb exactly and all of them work?! ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbjones26 View Post
    every iso file i have is 4589824kb exactly and all of them work?! ????
    "The file size should be exactly 4,699,979,776 bytes."
    Emphasis on the BYTES part. I'm guessing 4,699,979,776 bytes is equal to 4,589,824 Kilobytes.

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    that is correct

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