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Thread: Nero Not Burning My .cue Files

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    OK, I have recently downloaded Nero and a .bin and .cue file for a game. I know that it works by going to "Burn Image..." then opening the .cue file. Everytime I do this, an error comes up simply saying it cannot open the file, then anotehr error comes up saying it can't open the .bin. What can I do to fix this?

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    MagicNakor's Avatar On the Peripheral
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    Have you made sure your files aren't corrupt?

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    the germans are like "wtf, h4x"
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    try to reinstall nero and make sure that you have the latest version
    -=By [DRN]Piroman=-

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    open the .cue file with note pad then look where it says - FILE "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" BINARY - make sure it says EXACTLY what the .bin file is called if it dont change it

  6. Games   -   #5
    dont use nero for burning bins use Alcohol 120% i had alot of problems burning bin with nero.

    [QUOTE]Notice! Nero is not capable of handling all kinds of BIN/CUE Images. If you have problems using Nero for your image file, you should take a look at CDRWin instead or Alcohol 120%.

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    Download WinISO and use it to convert the bin to iso format. Nero can burn them easier, and they don't require a cue file. You could also use Winiso to extract all the files from the bin file to a temporary folder, then simply install the game from there. However, if the game says it need the CD in the drive to play, you'd have to find a NO CD crack (www.megagames.com has them).

  8. Games   -   #7
    Or if u realy want u could use a program that works with cloncd and also has the ability to emulate safedisk and other copy protection software that they put on games u dont even need the cue file just load up the bin file in this little program and you are sorted


    http://www.daemon-tools.com/

  9. Games   -   #8
    [QUOTE=ijc_2003,22 April 2003 - 15:03] dont use nero for burning bins use Alcohol 120% i had alot of problems burning bin with nero.

    Notice! Nero is not capable of handling all kinds of BIN/CUE Images. If you have problems using Nero for your image file, you should take a look at CDRWin instead or Alcohol 120%.


    rubbish nero can handle all .cue and .bin files providing they match - iv used nero for over 1.5 years now and NEVER had any problems and iv burnt all kinds of software

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    I've had a problem with splinter cell cues and bins. I try to burn image but when I do it says

    Cannot open image file FLT-SC1.BIN!

    Then it says

    An error occurred when loading cue file FLT-SC1.BIN (Line One)

    I don't know what to do

    Should I change the biins to isos?

  11. Games   -   #10
    open the cue with note pad change the 1st line so it reads


    FILE "FLT-SC1.BIN" BINARY
    TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
    INDEX 01 00:00:00

    if *FLT-SC1.BIN* is the name of the bin file

    open nero close the wisard if it starts, click file - burn image make sure the cue and the bin are in the same dir

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