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"i01" volume of the ISO seems to be empty

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Not sure if I'm doing something wrong:

 

Goal:
Create ISO image from a folder of 1,5 GB splitted in two volumes of 870 MB containing photos and videos.

Actived options:
Disk layout editor > CD (870MiB / 99min)
Tools > Settings > Build > File Splitting: 870 MB.

Result:
As expected, three files: one .mds file and two volumes (.i00 and i.i01) created.

When mounted everything seems to be OK, but the content corresponding with the second volume is not readable.

When verifing "against image file":
I 20:46:15 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
I 20:46:15 -> Drive 1 - Info: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GU70N DE01 (E:) (SATA)
I 20:46:15 -> Drive 2 - Info: Bazis WinCDEmu 0001 (F:) (Virtual)
I 20:46:15 Found 1 DVD±RW/RAM and 1 Unknown!
E 20:47:05 CompareImageFileLayouts Failed! - Session Count Not Equal (1/0)
E 20:47:05 Verify Failed! - Reason: Layouts do not match.

When verifing not compairing with the image file:
E 20:49:28 Internal Bug! - DecodeDataType - Invalid DataType: 0
E 20:49:28 Internal Bug! - DecodeDataType - Invalid DataType: 0
E 20:49:28 Internal Bug! - FileDataTypeToDeviceDataType - Invalid DataType: 0
I 20:49:28 Operation Started!
I 20:49:28 Source Device: [0:0:0] Bazis WinCDEmu 0001 (F:) (Virtual)
I 20:49:28 Source Media Type: CD-R
I 20:49:28 Source Media Sectors: 445.440
E 20:49:28 Internal Bug! - DataTypeToSectorSize - Invalid DataType: 0
I 20:49:28 Source Media Size: 0 bytes
I 20:49:28 Verify Against Image File: No
I 20:49:28 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / MAX
E 20:49:29 Internal Bug! - DataTypeToSectorSize - Invalid DataType: 0
E 20:49:29 Internal Bug! - DataTypeToSectorSize - Invalid DataType: 0

 

The same happens with more info and splitting in 4'5GB.

Any idea about what goes wrong? Thanks.
 

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The files can only be used together - as in you mount the mds and the i00 and i01 files are pulled into the equation automatically.

 

It will not 'span' images/discs, which I assume is what you're actually after.

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I haven't used Daemon Tools in so long I've forgotten pretty much everything I knew about using it.  I use Virtual CloneDrive now.

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