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Thread: Anybody Good At Writing Cues?

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    I just need to know how to write a cue.

    can sombody help me out, I got a new file of Simcity4 but its a .img
    and I cant extract it. I've tryed with winiso, winrar, winace, winzip. so I think I might need a cue to burn it

    or if there is a way to extract the .img

    What kind of info do you need to make a cue?


    This the File Info
    Sim City 4 cd1.img 554 MB



    and this is the cue I tryed to use and didnt work.

    FILE "Sim City 4 - img - Fr - CD" BINARY
    TRACK 1 MODE1/2352
    INDEX 1 00:00:00

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    imported_The__One
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    U should be able to burn the image with nero, just set block size to 2352, and burn away

    But if U'r interested in making a .cue file anyway, do this:

    Write the following text in notepad, and save it with a .cue extension. Or use CDMage on your image, and it'll creat a .cue file for U

    FILE "Place the image filename here (with the quotes)" BINARY
    * TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
    * * INDEX 01 00:00:00
    Don't forget about the indenting, U have to place "track" after 2 spaces, and "index" after 4, that's what U did wrong...and the filename has to be exactly as it really is, exactly.

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    Does it matter what the cue is called?

    Then I a try to burn the image It needs a cue.. But everytime my the cue I have isnt working.



    Is there another way to extract a .img file , There has to be a way to run it off my harddrive, what tools what I will need?


    Which is wrong with one? This is the lastest one I've tried

    FILE "Sim City 4 cd1 - img" BINARY
    TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
    INDEX 01 00:00:00


    (the spaces are right, but not showing right on the post)

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    Have you checked out the How To cue post in Tips?
    "8-ball Corner Pocket"

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    imported_The__One
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    If u want to extract the image contents, use ISOBuster, or WinISO. And is the filename in U'r .cue file right? Souldan't it end with something like .img (not "- img")? And the .cue file can have any name, as long as it ends with .cue....

    Also U might want to give Daemon Toolz a shot for running the game from U'r HD, but is shouldan't be necessary

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    I tried with winiso and I wouldnt read it. I went to the page that Cornerpocket sent, did the instuctions and............ no luck




    This is the name. I copyed it off the properties of the file.
    Sim City 4 cd1.img

  7. Games   -   #7
    i'm not sure but i believe .cue files are only used with .bin files
    There are 10 types of people in the world those who understand binary and those who dont

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    Usually, .img files should come with a .sub and a .ccd files. And U would have to burn them with Clone CD. However I belive Nero is capable of burning .img files....if not, U'll have to look for the .sub and .ccd files...

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    If WinISO would not read the file, chances are it's bogus. Did you get it from a hash or by searching in Kazaa? Are you sure there's not a .ccd (CloneCD) file with the same name to go with it?

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    Hell no, do you think there is a good game file in Kazaa j/k

    no, I got off a emule


    and yes........ I did see and there was a .ccd file

    do I have to have the .sub files too to burn it?

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