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HELP Please On PC Gme Files

Discussion in 'All other topics' started by xJaBeRx, Feb 4, 2007.

  1. xJaBeRx

    xJaBeRx Guest

    Hello,
    I Have A WinRAR file of a game, PC Game if it's any helps, anyway after i extract them i get a folder name of the game when i open it there are files of animated icons audio and various other stuff however i don't know how to burn it or Just play the game from my pc could anyone help?
     
  2. Auslander

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    try reading some guides first.

    when you extract, you get a .bin and a .cue file, right?
     
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  3. xJaBeRx

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    I have 1 bin image and loads of adiuo icons cursours.

    What do i do with the bin image?
     
  4. xJaBeRx

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    I have looked and found 1 bin Image and No .CUE
     
  5. Ripper

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    You need to make a cue file then. Search the site on how to do that. When you have one, get back to us.
     
  6. xJaBeRx

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    I am wondering could i Convert the Winrar archive of the Game into an iso then burn it to CD. but would it still play?
     
  7. Ripper

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    Nope. The winrar archives are compressed formats of the game itself. You need to get them from the archives to burn to a disk.

     
  8. xJaBeRx

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    So i have to make a CUE file for the game. can i do that useing only the folders on my PC?
     
  9. Ripper

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    :)
     
  10. xJaBeRx

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    ok but how do i find out about the file name and everything else.
     
  11. Ripper

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    Well, find your BIN file and look at the name...

    So, you'd make a cue file like this...

    Open Notepad.
    Type this...

    then save it as PcGame.cue or whatever the name of it should be...
     
  12. xJaBeRx

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    Ok now what must i do ?
     
  13. Ripper

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    Provided you have made the cue file right, all you need to do is burn this to a CD. Hopefully your BIN file is under 700mb, otherwise it gets complicated.

    Or, if you want to play it from your PC, go to http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/announcements.php and download that.

    There are instructions on the site, or you can look at the stickies on the top of the page for more info.
     
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  14. xJaBeRx

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    thank you for your time and help
     
  15. Ripper

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    Ok, let me know how you get on.
     
  16. xJaBeRx

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    Ok i have put the Cue onto a disk does it need to go on with the BIN Image?
     
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  18. xJaBeRx

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    Ripper im sorry to bother you agian but i cannot burn the Cue file it's to big for the disk Soo im using a daemon tool and im unsure what Image to upload can you help?
     
  19. xJaBeRx

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    OK after reading a Daemon tool guide I have followed it ... However(Always a however) it says Carnot load. INDEX Time Is Beyond the end-of-file? i do not understand
     

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