Friday, January 07, 2000

I created a .bin file a long time ago and have since lost the cue sheet. What do I do now?

Friday, January 07, 2000

If it's an application which doesn't necessarily have to be installed from a CD, you can use ISO Buster to extract the .bin file to your hard drive. Once extracted, all that remains to be done is to sift through the files until you find the main installation file and run it.

Otherwise you can convert the .bin file to another format before burning it. The best tool to accomplish this task is probably Win ISO - in case the name of the program hasn't already given the game away, what I'd suggest you do is convert your bin file to .iso format.

Now use Easy CD Creator or Nero to open the new .iso file, and finally, select the 'create from CD image' option from the file menu and burn it in the usual way.


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