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Hello, I have a gaming application here on my pc. It is a series of *.SB and *.TOC file. I spoke with a computer friend of mine and he said ...
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    Simple question from a very simple person


    Hello,

    I have a gaming application here on my pc. It is a series of *.SB and *.TOC file. I spoke with a computer friend of mine and he said it's likely that the game creates a virtual OS in the memory and that these super block files are mounted under that OS under folders.

    I'd like to take a closer look at these files. But I don't know the first thing about Unix or virtual drives.

    Any suggestions on where to start?

    Thanks.

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    A quick Google search of this shows that there are those on the Internet that want to understand the file format to help them crack commercial games. As a result we can't really encourage this kind of thing, so I'm locking this thread. If you have an honest reason for wanting help with this then please PM one of the admin team.
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