For me it doesn’t say “Extract to” when right clicking an .001 file, only when right clicking an r01 file. So I first thought that I had to rename all my .001 files to r01, r02, r03 and so on, but I didn’t. For people who have had this problem, just open one of the files (I recommend .001), click “Select a program from a list of installed programs” and choose WinRAR (for those with Windows). I finally solved my problem, hope this helps you.
how do you open the .r00, .r01, .r02 files on a mac?
I tried downloading WinRAR but i cant seem to find the WinRAR application
so any help on how to open them on a mac would be great
If this helps, I’m running Snow Leopard Mac OS 10.6.1 (i havent downloaded the update yet)
I have a problem with that .r00, ... files too!
Iíve downloaded 46 rar files. They are named with ***.r00, ***.r01, ... , ***.r44 , ***.rar
In all r.XX files is the same .iso file with a <->
If I try to extract the .r00 file there comes a error-message:
C:\...\rom-f4ss.r00: You need to start extracting from a previous volume to extract rom-f4ss.r00
C:\...\rom-f4ss.r00: No files to extract
what should i do?
try a program called Zipeg. Opens .zip and .rar and .r00 files. Open Zipeg application, select “extract to” and choose destination folder, click on “open”, select folder then file and click on “extract”
I just downloaded a .roo file and have also downloaded WINRAR. Admittedly, I am completely computer iliterate and thought I was following the previous suggestions but it’s just not working!
Any help would be appreciated - cheers
Just unrar/zip with this software.