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Play cue and bin files without burning to cd?

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by g1neo, Jun 20, 2003.

  1. g1neo

    g1neo Guest

    How can i play cue and bin files without burning them to cd, i've tried using a virtual device but don't seem to work? Is there any software available where i can just open the cue and bins files and it just plays it like a normal movie?
     
  2. bikekid8

    bikekid8 Regular member

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    i use Daemon Tools for all cd image use!!! can be found on the afterdawn website somewheres!!
     
  3. NewStylee

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    I don't think there is anyway to use the Bin/Cue without burning them or mounting on a virtual drive. You could use Alcohol 120% to mount them on a virtual drive, I have never had any problems with it. You said that when you tried to mount it, it didn't work. Possibly the bin or cue is corrupt.
     
  4. bikekid8

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    When i mount files, i never even use the cue, and it works, i never even download it!!!
     
  5. g1neo

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    I was trying it the image device on nero but i'm gonna try it now with the software you've suggested, thanks for thr help guys:)
     
  6. prez

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    ok this is a pretty common prob, all you gotta do is go here www.daemon-tools.org download daemon-tools free, and run it, then you mount the image. it can create several virtual dvd-rom drives... alcohol 120% isnt just for mounting, it does burning, 1 to 1 copies etc, and it costs $50 USD! but you can go to there website... http://www.alcohol-software.com/ i just saw this prob a couple days ago on irc, i think in the data vault (if you know where that is ;)). and the comment about not using cue files, download the cue files anyway! when burning bin/cue many times the cue file is needed for video, and often it has the chapters for the video cd. it isnt needed for mounting the image however.
     
  7. Praetor

    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    WinISO
    ISOBuster
    CDMage
    These three proggies let you open up a cd image in and allow you to extract its contents and view them as you would normally

    Paragon CDEmulator
    This allows you to convert the cd image to a virtual cd and use it like you would a normal cd/dvd

    EDIT
    The CUE file is just a bunch of text pointing to the BIN file... in most cases you dont actually need it.

     
    Last edited: Jun 26, 2003

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