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    Default PCK extractor ( i did search )

    of course i searched the forum , google before starting this topic

    let's make it short : i would like a tool / soft / anything that extracts contents from a .PCK file

    i tried pwpack , of course it doenst work for my PCK ( not perfect world type , another encrypt i think )


    so if u guys care about this , pls post all u know about axtracting a .PCK file
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    What exactly is a PCK file? Google's telling me it's a bunch of things, but mainly a Commandos 3 game file. Is that it?
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    What type of file are you trying to export/extract?

    I'm guessing PCK but that doesn't help much.

    Do the files END in .pck?
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    http://www.mediafire.com/?6c1694x54jcxaa3

    Just edit the line in the batch file configs.pck to the name of the file you want to extract. If you want to see the process of extraction, remove the >nul and echo Extracting. The -x switch just extracts the file.

    To repack, make a new batch file, or use the command line, and type in pwpack-r file.pck.files -z 9 file.pck
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    ^ this does not work at all , im trying to extract .PCK files from a game , i just want to extract some BGM in the game

    this is how my files look like

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    Worked quite fine for me. :S

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    Well, it really depends on which game it is.

    PCK, which could stand for "pack" could be used for any number of games, and be any different amount of formats. Which game is it?
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    rustyhearts , i believe this game's pck files are newer version , any idea ? cuz i really really love BGM of the game

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    To extract files from a .pck archive, you need to get pwpack from the link previously posted:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?6c1694x54jcxaa3


    Put pwpack in the same directory as the .pck archive you want to extract. Create a new text document in that directory and paste this text into the document:

    pwpack.exe -x file.pck

    Replace "file" with the name of your file. Save the document, then change the text document to a batch file by showing file extensions in explorer and changing the ".txt" extension to ".bat". Open your batch file and voila! After a brief command prompt window appearance, a folder should appear in that same directory containing everything that was in the .pck archive.

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    i said it doesnt work... that pwpack is tool old , and was made mainly for perfect world's pck , it's too old now

    after click the .bat file , it's an auto-closed windown , nothing happened
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