can't open .img file or .sfv file

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Please help I am trying to open a move file, but the file extension is .img.
I also have another file extension that can with the move folder it is .sfv.

All the files in the folder came in a WinRAR archive . the only files to unpack was the .img and .sfv file extensions.?:(

please help I would like to watch this move.

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03-08-2004 07:47 PM
jwfletcher

I Found my answer you can open the files in WinRAR and there is more to Extract. reply

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03-08-2004 08:02 PM
jwfletcher

i dont know about the other file but you can use win image for the .img file !:) wait i know a .img file is a hard drive image so you probably should can the other file
http://winimage.com/winimage
click above for win image NOW reply

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09-05-2004 08:21 PM
fjgfdjjh

ok i cant open a .ccd file a .img file and a .sub help plz reply

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10-24-2004 07:24 AM
lightning

Go to: http://www.free-press-release.com/news/200312/1071225522.html reply

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10-31-2004 12:53 AM
Car

You have to burn the image to a CD using the Clone CD software.

This software(trial version) can be downloaded from www.clonecd.net

Read the manuals on their help pages and I believe you should be able to burn this image to a CD like an actual file.

Good luck mate !!
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11-06-2004 10:14 PM
Lrnr

Or use an img opener like daemon.........
http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/portal/index.php
Don’t even bother to burn, just open and enjoy the movie.
Cheers!
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11-12-2004 06:32 PM
DaJesta

well knowing the fact you answered your own question as the first reply I dont know why anyone else even bothered replying more. good work it helped us get to where we needed to go reply

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12-11-2004 11:12 PM
shegs

SFV files are for integrity check of the files.
You don’t need to do anything with them, unless you want to double check if the files are downloaded properly.

Good luck. reply

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12-15-2004 04:51 PM
Kenan Bektas

Try the Advanced CheckSum Verifier from http://www.irnis.net to verify .SFV files reply

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01-10-2005 01:09 AM
irnis

Hi my name is Rakesh. I downloaded a rar file Which consists of *.sfv file *.img can be opened by any image drives like clone cd image drive software or VirtualCD image Drive but it is being to tough to know How to Open *.sfv file Help me.. reply

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01-12-2005 11:30 PM
Rakesh

Don’t try to open SFV files. They’re added to verify the integrity of your download (like CRC, checksum and hash checks). There should be additional files in your download. Probably *.001, *.002. Just open *.001 with winrar and unzip it to a folder. That’s all. reply

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01-13-2005 04:22 PM
DaJesta

Don’t bother opening .sfv files, but open the 001 file that comes with it, with winRAR...works great ;) good luck! reply

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02-04-2005 07:50 PM
Rgcool

u have to change the files xtension on the file that says .001, .002 to .r01 .r02 .ect then xtract the first file w/ winrar hope this helps and sfv files r not meant 2b opened they r 2 check and make sure u have the complete file. u just need to convert the other files. reply

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02-09-2005 01:16 PM
tre

hi, i wanted to ask about something similar to this topic. I downloaded a zip file that was supposed to be a video game with multiple discs. the other discs worked because they were in .cdi format and i easily put them onto a disc. but one of the zip files contained files that ended with .001, .002, etc. i wanted to know if there is any way to convert these files. reply

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02-12-2005 05:11 AM
Son

These 001 002 files area spanned archive they will all be the same size except the last one usually around 15Mb or 50Mb. All you do is hold down shift and click on the 001 extension then select the new menu option 'open with..' then select winrar from the list and tick the check-box that says always use to open these types of files way .. for sfv look up simple SFV checker from download.com

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02-12-2005 09:44 AM
jo99

It worked! Thanks a lot for the help, I appreciate it! reply

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02-13-2005 04:07 AM
Son

no probs mate .. oh yeah take a look at www.daemon-tools.cc that’ll let you use bin img and iso files without having to burn them to CDR it creates a virtual CD Drive on your PC and mounts it .....

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02-13-2005 10:21 AM
jo99

I can’t open a .IMG file as when I try it, an error comes back on IrfanWiew with 'Can’t read file header, Unknown file format'.

What are some things to try?

Thanks.

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02-17-2005 03:03 PM
Phil Micech

Try using deamon tools. You can find it at http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/portal/index.php
Just mount the image and you’ll find a drive on your system with the contents of the image displayed and fully accesible.
Have fun. reply

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02-17-2005 04:56 PM
DaJesta

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