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gatosky1620 28-08-2013 15:20

Lost Planet 3 - 4DVD5 - [CIU 1.0.0.6 + LZMA + SREP]
 
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*LOST PLANET 3 - 4DVD5*

Script: yener90 CIU v1.0.0.6
Thanks: Peterf1999 for compression method
Thanks: REVO for File list

INSTRUCTIONS

1. Install the game.

2. Download the attached file, decompress wherever you want (not in game folder).

3. Go to game´s directory, move the originals unistall files (example: unins000.dat and unins000.exe) if there, and replace after conversion.

4. Go to game´s directory, move the "_CommonRedist" folder to "LP3_v1.0/DVD_4" folder.

5. Run Compress.bat, type your game's installed diectory and wait for Finished!

6. Make ISO and test before you burn. You can make ISO automatically with ImgBurn if you have installed.

Done.

http://files.myopera.com/her1620/albums/14718692/1.png

http://files.myopera.com/her1620/albums/14718692/2.png

twizted 31-08-2013 14:41

Thanks , tested on windows 7 64 bit, working !

Razor12911 22-09-2013 15:21

Nice one man, tested and works. Awesome Graphics too ↑↑↑

lukman510 08-10-2013 02:10

how to do this with no compression :)

pakrat2k2 08-10-2013 05:07

edit compress.bat & change the compression to -m0 for each file.

jauhar 08-10-2013 12:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by pakrat2k2 (Post 424171)
edit compress.bat & change the compression to -m0 for each file.

is this part correct?
"-msrep+lzma" cange/replace to "-m0" ???

pakrat2k2 08-10-2013 16:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by jauhar (Post 424180)
is this part correct?
"-msrep+lzma" cange/replace to "-m0" ???

not quite, need to change whole string

-msrep+lzma:a1:mfbt4:d256m:fb128:mc1000:lc8 change to -m0 ( do it for every line that has that string ) save the file, then run it :)

jauhar 08-10-2013 18:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by pakrat2k2 (Post 424182)
not quite, need to change whole string

-msrep+lzma:a1:mfbt4:d256m:fb128:mc1000:lc8 change to -m0 ( do it for every line that has that string ) save the file, then run it :)

-m0 is for no compression
so, what the code for "zip, bzip, etc" ?:confused:
or maybe you can tell me where is site that I can learn about it?
----
I did no compression method, then the size is error
DVD1 = 1.98GB
DVD2 = 7.99GB
DVD3 = 2.0GB
DVD4 = 4.19GB
:(

pakrat2k2 08-10-2013 21:24

do the conversion as its posted to fit on 4xdvd5. IF you want to do different compression look to data#.lst files. Those tell what files go in each dvd, you want no compression then it wont fit on 4xdvd5 without changing around the files lists.

you want to know what other methods of compression, simply start up inno, click on help, read the documentation within inno, it will tell you all you want to know.

jauhar 09-10-2013 04:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by pakrat2k2 (Post 424187)
do the conversion as its posted to fit on 4xdvd5. IF you want to do different compression look to data#.lst files. Those tell what files go in each dvd, you want no compression then it wont fit on 4xdvd5 without changing around the files lists.

you want to know what other methods of compression, simply start up inno, click on help, read the documentation within inno, it will tell you all you want to know.

I think "lzma" take too long for converting and installation process, I usually use "zip" compression..
before I do "no compression", I did the conversion as its posted above but it's take 2 hour just for data2.cab and only 10%,, :( .. so, I think maybe it will faster if use no compression or zip method..

maybe I'll try again this convertion as its posted above..

pakrat2k2 09-10-2013 05:05

just run at night & should be done when you get up in morning. make sure nothing else is running in the background, when compressing files.

1986fede 15-12-2014 17:46

gracias por tu aporte

sadeghbb 03-06-2016 03:11

Its Worked On Lost Planet 3 Complete ?!


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