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    I noticed that there are some .bin files around k++. Can i burn them and see them in my DVD player?

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    please answer!

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    yes of course their image files you burn them, they wil play on your DVD player

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    When will peeps learn to search the board sometimes.

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    i just use daemon tools and mount them.. very quick and easy.. unless you have limited hd space and need to burn them, i guess..

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    I recommend u burn them so u can always have them and u can lend them out to friends if u want.

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    Originally posted by Gre1@1 November 2003 - 11:26
    I recommend u burn them so u can always have them and u can lend them out to friends if u want.
    thats what i do,


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    Me too. I don't fuck with all that mounting shit.

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    Originally posted by Gre1@1 November 2003 - 16:26
    I recommend u burn them so u can always have them and u can lend them out to friends if u want.
    Plus, you never know when your hard drive turns suicidal.

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