ripper: read back, and follow aldaco's instructions on determining whether a BIN is faulty or not. (as in, divide the total byte size by 2352, read back for more detailed insrtuctions.) If it turns out to be a non-integer, then D/L a new file. If it IS an integer... then try 2 things that u described. First make 2 copys of the original. Then try changing the file type to a BIN, then to a .exe.bin, and burn both of them with the .cue u downloaded. See if it works. If not, and the file is a good bin (the sector amount is an integer), then i would suggest downloading a new file.