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Downloading BIN (CD Image) Files

Buddy of mine downloaded some files off of Kazaa that are in BIN format. There supposed to be the image of the CD but I thought those were supposed to be ISO's. Anyway, does he need to convert the files? Also what happens if the file is larger than 700 MB (750 to be exact) how can he burn it onto a CD?



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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-28-2003, 09:11 PM
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If its a movie, they can fit on it. Their should be a .cue for the file. If not, use WinIso. The little program opens everything
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If its a movie, they can fit on it. Their should be a .cue for the file. If not, use WinIso. The little program opens everything
It's actually Unreal Tournament 2003. So what would he need to convert from a BIN to ISO? And will he still need to burn the ISO to a CD or will WinISO open it up and run from there? Thanks man.



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Doesn't necessarly have to convert as long as he has a proper cue file. Bin and cue is a great way to create a CD image and are an easy burn with Goldenhawk CDRWIN. Drive has to support overburn for file sizes over 750MB
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Doesn't necessarly have to convert as long as he has a proper cue file. Bin and cue is a great way to create a CD image and are an easy burn with Goldenhawk CDRWIN. Drive has to support overburn for file sizes over 750MB
OK, I talked to him just now and he knows about the CUE files but didn't know how to burn them. Goldenhawk is new to me and him. Got a link to a website?



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ya cdr is good program. Also try fireburnerhttp://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/FireBurner/
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http://www.goldenhawk.com/

BTW, CDRWIN is a free download but is limited to 2X write speed
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http://www.goldenhawk.com/

BTW, CDRWIN is a free download but is limited to 2X write speed
Thanks Mike.



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You can also burn bin/cue through Nero.

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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-29-2003, 10:29 PM
 
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blah blah blah... use Nero, best burning rom hands down

winrar will open iso files, bin files, ect
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