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    i got the bin file for jedi academy from irc, i didnt find any cue file for it, i'm tryin to see if i can create my own cue file to go with the bin file.

    any suggestions


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    they can be burned without cue files with some programs...but this should work:
    Open notepad and paste this:
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    FILE "Alias.Wavefront.Maya.Unlimited.V5.0-ISO.ShareReactor.bin" BINARY
      TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
        INDEX 01 00:00:00
    but substitute the Alias.Wavefront...stuff with the filename of your .bin, leave the quotation marks. Save as a .cue file
    close, and rename it the same as your bin file, just with the .cue extension. Place it in the same directory as the .bin.
    done

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    thanks i'll try that


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    This has been discussed at least a hundred times before, but I'll be nice and give you my standard answer. Download WinISO from Kazaa. Use it to convert your .bin file to .iso format. You don't need a .cue file to burn .iso files.

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    yup winiso or isobuster

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    it still baffles me that people want to waste their time converting an already perfectly valid and useable .bin to
    an .iso....

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    Trust me, I've burned hundreds of image files and .bin's are the biggest pain in the ass. It only takes a few seconds to convert them, and the resulting .iso is not only easier to use, but it's also a smaller file which makes it more convenient to share over P2P. What is so baffling about that?

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    It's pointless.
    How are .bin's a pain in the ass?
    & if .iso's are so great, then why don't any of the major release groups use them?

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    yep,
    people don't even grasp the fack that
    1.you don't need a cue to burn
    2.you don't have to burn at all
    3.if you extrack it to a folder(isobuster/winiso) you are wasting 2x as much space as you should be

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