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Thread: What Do Ido With .bin Files

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    mikeod007
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    What are .bin and .cue files and how do i use them.

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    You can mount/burn them using Alcohol or extract them. Just read the pinned topic in Softwareworld

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    i think its easier to use deamon tools

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    Originally posted by dks@7 February 2004 - 12:44
    i think its easier to use deamon tools
    Too easy

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    h1
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    There are a total of three pinned topics pertaining to that in this forum.

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    Yes there are. But folks still come into this forum and ask...
      What are .bin and .cue files and how do i use them?
    ...at least once a month

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  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    Originally posted by Nightwolf@8 February 2004 - 00:04
    More like once a week.
    I was thinking that, you just got to it first.

    But heres what you do with them...
    Right click on the item. then go to the 3rd option from the bottom. Click it, then push Enter. You must do this very fast or else this file will get corrupted.
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    juzz adding to the replies..
    U can either use Nero to burn it, or u can use winrar to unbin the files and then burn it on a CD or run it from the hard disk...

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