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    Question Bin File And Cue File Help!!!

    i hav a bin file wot is 400,059kb and a cue file wot is 1kb wot do i do with them how do i get them to work i tryed burning a disk image on nero but it said it was not the right file pl help!!!!

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    you need to open your CUE file and check that the name detailed inside is the same as your file name. The CUE and the BIN has to be in the same directory when selecting burn image from nero.

    you can open the CUE file in notepad btw....

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    Get a program called Fireburner (personal recommendation with that one and pay to get the unlock code) load the cue file into Fireburner and then just burn it onto disk. Fireburner automatically loads the bin file from the cue sheet so it is ready to burn from that.

    Or !

    You can use Daemon tools or Alcohol 120% (these 2 programs can create virtual drives, non physical basically) and you can load the cue sheet into this program and browse it via Windows explorer (virtual drive adds relevant drive letter as if there is a physical drive there) you can also run whatever it is from the virtual drive.

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    I like nero best

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    You can also use a program called bin2iso.exe (http://www.codeproject.com/tools/Bin2Iso.asp) and then burn the iso using nero or another program (I like burncdcc.exe) from here (http://www.dvdsoft.de/BurnCDCC.htm). Both are free.

    PS: to convert mds & mdf files you need isobuster (shareware from here: http://www.smart-projects.net/isobuster/).

    Remember though that these proggies should only be used to backup your own software, not make distributable copies or for your own financial gain.

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    Don't help him guys obviously he/she has downloaded ilegeal software.

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    Although it could be seen as likely, its not 100% true speedy_s so don't accuse unless you have the proof. It's not fair to people how could be trying to get legitimate help.
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    Nero is good, but it can't support all types of .bin files, but most other image files are ok with it.

    CDRWIN 3 was the program that pioneered the .bin format, and is more or less the best for it, but unless you register it, you'll be limited to x1 writes. Also, it can be pretty picky about which drives it allows, and after having my dvd drive in my laptop replaced, I personally can't use it anymore. Worth a try though!
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