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Discussion in 'All other topics' started by Kritter72, Aug 8, 2003.

  1. Kritter72

    Kritter72 Member

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    ive downloaded a game and have msinfo document,cue img, bin, ppf, ccd, sub files what the heck do i do with this??!!
     
  2. Dela

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    burn the bin/cue with alcohol 120%, and change the .nfo to .txt and read it!
     
  3. Kritter72

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    ty ty much appreciated from a download tard.
     
  4. Prisoner

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    If you open the .nfo file in notepad, it should tell you what to do. Most of the time it should list the order or the exceptions.
     
  5. Dela

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    nfo is a little more than that too, they are kind of a trademark!
     
  6. Prisoner

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    Dela, I know but I didn't want to get into that type of discussion. Some of the best Asci images I have seen are in .nfo files. One of my friends had a complete naked woman in asci text, that was cool.
     
  7. Kritter72

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    Lmao. I got it now, it was a misdownlaoded torrent. Got fudged up somehow. Thats why i couldnt open the IMG file. I got it now ty guys and gals. PS tropico is really a sweet game.
     
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    lol, ok mate :)
     

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