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Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by chilly, Jan 20, 2003.

  1. chilly

    chilly Member

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    I have 2 large .bin files i'd like to (open, or uncompress or whatever) any suggestions on how to deal with these files. They are new to me.

    do i burn them to a disk? and use them that way. is there an autorun built in.

    any help would be appreciated
    thanks in advance

    chil
     
  2. Easycola

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    How come you would have ended up owning 2 large separate bin-files without knowing their meaning/origin escapes me *sigh*...(This might be a good point to refer forum rules especially considering about piracy)

    Anyway, I'll assume that they are legal, so using such applications like daemon tools (www.daemon-tools.org) could be a option for you. That's of course that you would happen to have cue files also (or just make ones)...

    Anyway, simple quide provided by AD articles-archive: http://www.afterdawn.com/articles/archive/bin_cue_with_nero.cfm

    Read that. Also, this falls to "asked about 100000000 times allready" gatecory, so using search feature wouldn't hurt also.

     
  3. St.Dismas

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    Or someone who isnt holier than thou can just tell you its pretty easy first get winiso(cracked) and it works just like winzip but u will need to find out how to convert to iso
     

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