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Sonic 06 (Demo) (Need help to find the music please) by Vector Harbor at 7:42 PM EST on December 29, 2016
So i was interest to find out if the sonic 06 demo contains music in it but after i download "the file" from here :
Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) Demo

I got just a files with no extension name...sure i look up for that and it turn out that the quickbms could do something...here the script : Sonic 06 QuickBMS Script

But then...argh there 3 folders with unfamiliar files extension and don't take much space on my hard driver... 0 ko no kidding...

Sure there something wrong to that... But i think it the "No files extension" that goes wrong with the rest...maybe a tool can turn this files into something that can look able to be datamined ? I don't much about this

So i was wondering if someone could help me to find a solution and i'll be grateful if someone could do something for that :D

Oh and BTW here those 3 folders : Sonic 06, common, win 32, xenon


edited 7:43 PM EST December 29, 2016
by kode54 at 10:19 PM EST on December 29, 2016
It's probably an encrypted file system image that only a functioning Xbox360 would understand, assuming it received the key(s) to the file in the process of downloading it from the Xbox game store.
by Kurausukun at 7:55 AM EST on December 30, 2016
For what it's worth, given the state of the game, I wouldn't imagine there's really any music in the demo that wasn't in the final game or the soundtracks in some form.
by Vector Harbor at 11:28 AM EST on December 30, 2016
So there no way to get the music from that ?
by maxton at 12:09 AM EST on January 9, 2017
That's not encrypted, just an XBOX 360 STFS archive. You can open it in my ArchiveExplorer tool. Or anything that extracts from STFS (CON/LIVE/PIRS) files.

Looks like the audio is all pure XMA in the /xenon/sound/ folder. There are some WMV videos there too.

edited 12:10 AM EST January 9, 2017
by Vector Harbor at 10:34 AM EST on January 9, 2017
So how i'm suppose to use that ? I try drag&drop but doesn't work and also try to click on your tool but it not work...may i ask you to upload those XMA files ? Pretty please ? I'm so close to get the music from the demo....
by Kurausukun at 4:34 PM EST on January 9, 2017
I don't see what the issue is. Just double click ArchiveExplorer.exe and then open up the file from the menu.
by Vector Harbor at 6:45 PM EST on January 9, 2017
yeah...but i got

"windows cannot access the specified device path or file"

It's sucks

edited 6:45 PM EST January 9, 2017
by maxton at 12:36 AM EST on January 10, 2017
Make sure you have installed .NET 4.5, that is required to launch the program. It says that on the download page. It should be installed by default on latest Windows...
by Vector Harbor at 11:01 AM EST on January 10, 2017
I already installed .NET 4.5 on my laptop...

Should i seek for other version of it ?

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