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.bin file without a .cue

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  1. yozzer123

    yozzer123 Member

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    "Save the Notepad file in the same directory of the image file but with the .CUE extension (Call it as you wish, for instance IMAGE.CUE) and start again the steps above mentioned."
    taken from `quick guide to burning imagesĀ“
    can someone tell me a more detailed description about the above,,,i cannt seem to get it right
     
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    1) Open Notepad (Start---> Run---> notepad).This is an application that writes plain text files
    2) write down the 'bla bla' taken from the guide (you can also cut-and-paste)
    3) Choose 'Save As' to save the text file you just wrote
    4) Put as file name 'image.cue' and choose as destination directoty the same directory you have the .BIN into

    Close Notepad and open your favorite software for burning.

    Follow the steps in the guide.

    I cannot be clearer then this... if you cannot understand this maybe you want to take some Windows lessons?
     
    Last edited: Feb 16, 2003

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