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Thread: Is There A Way To Watch Bin/cue File,

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    Is there a way to watch bin/cue file,without burning them on a cd? any program or some way else to open the file?

    DVDLOVER25

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    Try Daemon tools

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    Demon tool, is it a freware? and where can i get it? do u have a direct link? thanks for your help.

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    Yes, With WinIso or IsoBuster just extract to the folder u want but I prefer to use IsoBuster. It doesn't really matter though.

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    Use VCDgear it's the best !! it extracts the mpg out of the .bin

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    Originally posted by DVDLOVER25@24 September 2003 - 19:19
    Demon tool, is it a freware? and where can i get it? do u have a direct link?  thanks for your help.

    DVDLOVER25
    just type it into Google and yes, it is freeware.

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    Wise Kvcd Maker/PIMP
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    I think u should just use either me or Ike reply so u won't get confused.

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    thanx to everybody, apresiate all help.

    DVDLOVER25

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    videolan.org can open them, if you have clonecd installed with virtual clone drive (that restarts ur comp if u try to use it to burn lol...) then you can mount and view

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    i'd go with isobuster. Instructions on www.dvdrhelp.com

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