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vollachr 03-04-2018 03:41

Wolfenstein: The New Order - 5xDVD9
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Wolfenstein: The New Order - 5xDVD9
By VollachR

Images: Google Search
Icon: Own made from image found on Google
Cursor: Free download from web
Music: Game's OST (Tracks 03,10,12,15,18)
Button Sounds: Extracted from Gameplay Video
Setup Graphics: VollachR (Own made with Photoshop CS5)
Conversion Type: Upgraded from CIU v2.0.3.7 to CIU
Compression type: Freearc: Srep64+Lzma64+CLS-Diskspan
Compression Time: Nearly 5 Hours
Conversion Complete Time: Around 5 Hours
Install Time: Approx. 40-60 Minutes
Tested On: Windows 10 64bit
Testing Machine Specs: Intel i7 6700 @ 4.0Ghz, 16GB RAM
Redist: Yes
Version: 1.2
First Created: November 2014

Supported Install Languages:


Multi8: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Polish, Russian

1. Install Wolfenstein: The New Order, Update to the latest version if you wish

2. Download & Extract WolfTNO.rar anywhere you want, NOT the game's install folders.

Note: Add any additional files you want to include in the last disc to the sub-folder [Common\Files\Misc] (Soundtrack/artwork/NoCD Patch/etc.)

3. Run Converter.exe and select the folder where the game is installed

4. Follow the on screen instruction and select the location to create the conversion, what to do when conversion ends and if the ISO files should be automatically created and if so where to create them.

5. Wait for conversion to finish.

6. Test your conversion before burning.


Final Sizes:

DVD 1: 7.81GB
DVD2-4: 7.76GB
DVD 5: 7.50GB (W/O Additional Files)

Redist Information:



Name=Visual C++ 2008

Name=Visual C++ 2010
Argument=/q /norestart

Version History:

Version 1.2:
  • Updated from CIU to CIU
  • Now Using UCC v4.1.3.2 Compressor
  • Conversion updated to be compatible with ALL versions of the game
  • Updated Autorun & Installer Design
  • Completely re-designed Small Installer
  • Updated Buttons Sounds & Music
  • Compression updated
  • 5xDVD9 Only

Version 1.1:
  • Conversion Upgraded from IC2.5.1 to CIUv2.0.3.7 (November 2015)
  • Completely Re-Designed Autorun & Setup
  • 5xDVD9 + 1 DVD5
  • Never Released on FF

Version 1.0:
  • Initial Release (November 2014)
  • Using Installer Creator 2.5.1
  • 5xDVD9 + 1 DVD5
  • Released on FileForums (See Here)


Q: I don't like the compression it's too slow/not compressed enough, can you create a version with a different compression?

A: No, if want to try a different compression feel free to do it yourself, just edit the Data1.ini file in the conversion's [Common\Settings] folder to try a different compression, for available options see the UCC Wiki.

Q: Will this conversion work with game version X?

A: Yes, the conversion should be compatible with ALL versions of the game

Q: Can you make a DVD5 version?

A: No need, if you want to make it DVD5 just open the file Settings.ini in the folder [Common\Settings] of the conversion, find the line that say DiscType=DVD9 & change it to DiscType=DVD5, save, close and create the conversion.

Q: The conversions doesn't work, I get an error or the compression unexpectedly stop in the middle, why?

A: Make sure you are creating the conversion on a computer running a 64 bit Windows operating system, due to the game's size 64 bit compressors were used. Also, Make sure you have at least 80-90GB free space in the drive in which you create the conversion or FreeArc may encounter an error because it will run out of space in the middle of compression.






Small Installer

doofoo24 03-04-2018 04:14

with x64 only will run on x64

vollachr 03-04-2018 04:21


Originally Posted by doofoo24 (Post 469849)
with x64 only will run on x64

I thought I did make it for x64 only, might have forgot to tick the checkbox when I compiled the final version, I'll fix it.

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zirkhaki 28-08-2018 07:41

I got this while using this setup with my ultraArc converted files: is it a false alarm?

But the installation does not stop. it works anyway.

vollachr 28-08-2018 08:15


Originally Posted by zirkhaki (Post 475443)
I got this while using this setup with my ultraArc converted files: is it a false alarm?

But the installation does not stop. it works anyway.

It's a false positive, it's just one of the included files that allows archives compressed with RZM compressor to be installed, some AV programs gives a false positive on it, don't know why, as long as RZM wasn't used for compression it won't cause a problem with setup.

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