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extracting .bin file problem

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by NJflip, Dec 4, 2004.

  1. NJflip

    NJflip Member

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    when i try to extract the .bin file there's this error that says "You need to have the following volume to continue extraction". what do i have to do? and what does this mean?
     
  2. Weycraze

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    Sorry, but you more than likely may have a bad bin from a corrupted d/l.
    Try your d/l again.
    If you created the bin yourself, you would not have these problems.
    I've d'L'd some so-called bins and they don't do anything no matter what I use to view or extract them.
    Some call it P2P scamming, taking up a bit of bandwidth!!!!
     
  3. camstuf

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    you need to go back to your source and get the missing volume
     
  4. Weycraze

    Weycraze Regular member

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    Like I said 'a bad bin'. That volume wasn't in there in the first place, and more than likely if you d/l it again from the same source, you'll have the same problem.
    try a different source for the bin your looking for.
    Like I said, i've d/l'd many a bin file that are useless because they were missing files or code.
    A good 'bin' of a disk has all the pertanent files.
    People can modify a bin if they choose do so. And unfortunatley share these bad files.
    Shit happens.
     

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