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Thread: cue files ????




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    thomson1968 Guest

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    I've got an image file here, I know about copying the iso files etc, but this is the first time I've had cue files too.....
    What do I do with them ?
    I dont have any instruction readme file to help me, so anyone have any ideas ?
    I'am basically just wanting to burn to disk,,,but as I say, I cant remember seeing cue files before ????
    Please advise, cheers
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    A cue file is part of a image format and should be burned in Nero, you should have one "bin" and one "cue" file.

    But if this is about some warez/illegal software not honestly purchased then case is closed, we do NOT alow discussions about those illegal acts on this forum.




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    A .cue file is a 'cue-sheet' which basically tells the software what you want burnt to the CD. If you open it up in Notepad, you'll see it's simply a text file with info on when the track starts and stops, what images it uses, etc...

    As the_tweaker said, just use Nero or something to burn it, or alternatively you can burn the ISO by itself.

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    to burn bin/cue files with nero...

    open nero, close the wizard, click File,click 'Burn Image...', slecect your .cue file and burn it
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    Tweaker, everything is above here, nothing illegal, i'am just experamenting with my own purchased property......

    So,,,,I'll have to burn the cue files and the iso files all on each individual disks,,,,,iam kinda confused ???
    Please advise.
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    .cue and .bin files go together; .iso is all on it's own
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    So,,,,Let me see now,,,,,excuse me if iam stupid please.

    I have two cue files and two bin files for this specific program I'am talking about.....
    Do I put the matching cue & bin files on each disk using nero,,,just like, add the cue and add the bin then burn ???

    I tried putting the bin file on a disk on its own and my cd drive wouldnt even notice a disk in the drive.

    Please advise, cheers,
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    this is an excellent guide about burning .cue/ .bin files. :cheers:
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    if you'll do as I said in a earlier post you shouldn't have a problem

    you do not just dump the files onto the CD the way you might do a typical data CD... the burning program will read the info from the .cue file and burn the data from the .bin file accordingly
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    yeah minibubba is right and remember to keep .cue and .bin files in the same directory.
    .cue file in one directory while .bin in another one won't work.
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