The GDI file extension is used for a disc-type GD-ROM, created by Sega for game consoles such as NAOMI and Dreamcast.
Help how to open GDI files:
Your best option to accessing disk image formats is to use some of the virtualization programs that typically support most of the common disk image formats which can be either mounted as virtual drives or burned on physical media.
Most disk image formats can be nowadays converted to standard ISO format, however conversion between various formats is typically possible. Your best option is typically some disk image management tool with broad format support, for example ISOBuster.
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