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.SCO File Extension

File Type 1TotalRecovery Backup Image

DeveloperFarStone Technology
Popularity
3.0 (3 Votes)
CategoryDisk Image Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

What is an SCO file?

Backup file created by TotalRecovery, a system backup and recovery application; stores a disk image of a disk partition or the whole hard drive; can be used for restoring the computer system state exactly as it was saved.

More Information

SCO files can be converted to VMWare .VMDK disk images in TotalRecovery.

NOTE: SCO disk images are also created by Total Backup Recovery Server, a Windows server edition of the software.

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Programs that open SCO files
Windows
FarStone TotalRecovery Pro 10.5
FarStone Total Backup Recovery 10.5
Updated 5/18/2011

File Type 2OMSI Scenery Object Configuration File

DeveloperMR Software
Popularity
2.5 (2 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatText

Text

This file is saved in a plain text format. You can open and view the contents of this file using a text editor.

.SCO File Association 2

Configuration file created by OMSI The Bus Simulator, an omnibus driving simulator; contains configuration data for scenery objects that appear during gameplay, such as trees and buildings; can be customized; similar to other OMSI configuration files like .HUM, .SLI, .BUS, and .OVH files.

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The SCO file is made up of lines of data following a keyword (whether it's for a script or description). The format looks like this:

[keyword]
1
2
3

OMSI will only read lines of data that are in this format.

Programs that open SCO files
Updated 11/12/2013

About the file extension sco

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