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Help with BIN/CUE files????

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  1. cipo_81

    cipo_81 Member

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    I just downloaded Mercenaries and there is a BIN file and a CUE file. How do i burn these. There is no ISO file so what do I do.

    P.S: I use DVD decrypter but I also have Alcohol 120% but never used it so u might have to explain it step-by-step if u have to use Alcohol 120%
     
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    That did really help me much. I'm not really a newmbie I've burnt a lot of games but I never had to burn a Cue file, and the instructions that gave me were if u have a copy of the game, I do not I downloaded the game and instead of an ISO it gave me a CUE. So I need to no how to burn this on to a disk.

    P.S: The file name of the one I downloaded is PS2.Mercenaries.Playground.of.Destruction.USA.DVDRIP
     
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    Jizmak Regular member

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    open alcohol 120
    drag the cue file into main program window
    The bin file will now appear in the window
    (automatic)
    right click the bin file that just appeared
    select image burning wizard.
    Its straight forward from there.


     
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    I dragged the Cue file over but the Bin file didn't appear, what the hell am I doing wrong.
     
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    the files should be named the same example

    test.bin test.cue
    ptc-merc???
    and be in the same folder.

    Danbooke told me that nero will burn those
    bin/cue files as well if you are more familar with that program
     
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    the bin doesnt appear but
    the cue should do try
    dragging the cue to the alcohol program window again
    (the bin or cue whatever appears)
    right click the file that appeared
    (saying it put the cue in tyhe program window)
    then image burning wizard
     
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    WTF I go to start the copy and it stays please instert disk, and when I instert the disk it says Empty disk but nothing happens. What do I do now?
     
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    I have no idea at this point.

    Except to "BUMP" it up for you.

    And let sly come tell us the answer
     
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    Can anyone help me???
     
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    Can anyone help me???
     
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    For me, i just click 'Image Burning Wizard', then when it asks you for a file, choose your .cue file and just burn it. That's all i would normally do to get it to work correctly.
     

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