Q. Whats a .bin?
A. A .bin is a file that contains a image of a program or game. No More, No Less.
Q. Wait, an image.. Whys It SOOO big if its just a picture?
A. Its not the image that you are thinking of. This is a hard copy of a program or game that was originally on a disk.
Q. Whats a cue file?
A. A .cue is a file that tells burning software (I.E. Nero, Roxio) how to burn a .bin. Bin images are very picky, they arent like reguar data. Its always smart to burn a .cue with a .bin.
Q. Wheres the .cue!? Please post the .cue!?
A. The .cue is out there on the net. Do a search for the game/program that you want in K++. Use AutoSearchMore 1.3 and let it run for about 10 minuits. It absolutly has to be in there. If you cant find it. PM the original poster to post the .cues that he/she found in that topic. DO NOT ASK FOR THE CUES PUBLICLY. This is a waste on comments and nobody wants to read " I dont mean to be a stick but you need to post the cue's buddy.. " No one is your buddy and no one wants to read that. PM for cues. End of discussion.
Q. How do I burn a .bin and a .cue together?
A. Nero - Drag the .bin image from the file browser onto the ISO1 side (transfer file from right side to left). Then Go to File... Burn Image... And choose the .cue that is for that game/program. Click Open, then Write CD. Simple. (Becareful if the game/program is more that 1 disk. Make sure you get the correct .bin/.cue matchup. It can be a waste of disks if you accidently burn "Grand_Theft_Auto_3_Disk_1.bin" With the "GTA3_Disk_2.cue")
Q. Whats a .iso?
A. A .iso is a Hard Copy Image of a disk. You just burn this as is, no other files.
Q. Wheres the .cue for "Windows_XP_Pro_Corp_SP1.iso"?
A. This is an iso file. You do not need any other files for an iso.
Q. How do I burn an ISO?
A. Nero - Go directly to File...Burn Image... Choose the .iso file that you want to burn, then Click Open, Then Write CD. Your Done.
I have a problem with a file, and i need help!
If the file you have downloaded comes up with an error, or isn't doing something, post for help in the main gameworld forum. State the full information on the file you have downloaded (filename, size, etc), the error or problem you are having, and any other information such as your system specs, where you got it from, etc.