Convert bin files to .exe

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Is this is possible.I download one new game but i can’t installed because that is in the bin format.Now what i want to do means.I want to convert that bin files into .exe file(Set-up).I don’t no whether this is possible if it so.please give suggestion and name of the software. reply

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08-16-2005 12:07 AM
Jetlee Bond

how big is the bin file? If it’s several hundred MB and came with a .cue file, then it’s a cd image, and you’d burn it with something like nero. If not then it’s a Mac binary (equivalent of pc .exe) I don’t think conversion tools exist for .bin to .exe, and it’d probably be best to look for a pc version of the game. reply

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08-16-2005 12:13 AM
anonymous
1,580 posts

Here is a link how to put a bin file to dvd.Use only the isobuster part and extract the file and you can play it on your pc.The easy way is to burn the bin and play it but if you just want to play it this is a solution.If the file plays ok sound and picture you may convert it to dvd and burn it but won’t be better quality.You start with a low resolution file the final is going to be the same just bigger.http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/207083 Mr. Moderator without name was such a big deal to write plain English? reply

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08-16-2005 12:20 AM
labish

I have 3 folders with bin and cue files (image files, all around 800mb) but I cant burn these with nero or dvd decrypter. Can anyone help me burn these to one dvd disc 4.7gb as I can burn them separately but not together!!!!
This was a movie I downloaded as svcd format (eg all rar, which I converted to image files) BUT im stuck now reply

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08-31-2005 05:14 PM
guest5

Is VCD Gear at www.vcdgear.com any good? I used it to convert a .bin file to an .avi. All I had to do was load up both the .bin and the .cue that came with it and it did the work. reply

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07-31-2006 04:52 AM
boi

i am having a problem too. I downloaded a SOFTWARE for pc. and then when i extract it it became a bin file... But i need to install it in my computer as a software program. how will i install it? should i convert it to EXE too? I don’t know how. please help mw reply

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01-05-2007 06:19 AM
wacky715

Try my wonderful FAQ:

http://my-gamebox.com/gemberkoekje/burning.htm reply

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01-12-2007 11:17 PM
Gemberkoekje

Try daemon tools or alcohol 120%. This softwares will help help you a lot reply

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03-23-2007 11:46 AM
mysterio

i have a pc game stalker i have 3 bin files and its named setup and i need to install it to me computer or burn the 3 bin files to a dvd disk what do i do ? reply

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03-25-2007 05:37 AM
lee2k

I have the same problem too. I saved a game on my PSP Memory Stick, and it’s in BIN format. I need help too... reply

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05-11-2007 06:07 PM
StarFX100

Power ISO is the software. reply

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06-07-2007 11:04 AM
Pingu

i have a file with extension BIN and I like converter to EXE reply

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08-04-2007 12:10 PM
DPEREDO

Hi everybody,
I have a dos system and a dos program installed in EPROM and I need these files or the program at least to work on my Laptop as an EXE program.
Can I do that? And is there any software help?
Thanks for any kind of help

The godfather reply

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12-11-2007 05:48 AM
The godfather

thank u boi, VCD Gear at www.vcdgear.com worked for me converted the bin and cue file to an avi very easily and quick i recomend it to any one. reply

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01-07-2008 09:31 AM
neilly 12

i hve to convert bin file into exe file for avg virus upload file reply

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02-12-2008 06:22 AM
chary

I just double click on .bin file and he opens with nero. then I burn that and instal easyly from the cd. reply

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02-26-2008 06:26 AM
mirash

some websites say that .bin files are the same files as zip or rar, isnt it amazing that there are so many people out there willing to give pointless and untrue advice just so they can feel smart compared to people they don’t even know! reply

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02-27-2008 04:16 AM
Atomic

bin files are quite simply bi products on data conversion
eg: anything.anything converted to another format does this:

The conversion tool reads the string of code and finds the equivilent character for the output file format
eg: original file code(anythin.anything) is made up of a sequence of say ones and twos:

1122222112112221112
(obviously the actual code will me massively longer)

the output file may be made up of threes and fours. the converter will then find equivilent characters between the two, so if say 1 in the original file is equal to 3 in the output file type and 2 is equal to four then the output file code will look like this:

3344444334334443334

a bin file is produced when there is no equivilent character in the output file so the converter adds a code that tells the program thats opens the output file type to load the missing data that could not be converted from the bin file. bin files are file EXTENSIONS and cannot be converted to exe files without the missing files, whatever they might be. reply

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02-27-2008 04:31 AM
Atomic

Ok heres my issue. I dld KOTOR II in bin and cue format and I used daemon tools to mount and install the game on my comp and
it worked to install but now it won’t recognize the CD1 image as the play disc anymore. I tried downloading a no cd crack and replacing the exe but that didn’t work, along with burning the image using Alcohol 120 to a cd. What will make this work? reply

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03-06-2008 01:26 PM
romdex49
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Ok heres my issue. I dld KOTOR II in bin and cue format and I used daemon tools to mount and install the game on my comp and
it worked to install but now it won’t recognize the CD1 image as the play disc anymore. I tried downloading a no cd crack and replacing the exe but that didn’t work, along with burning the image using Alcohol 120 to a cd. What will make this work? reply

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03-06-2008 01:27 PM
romdex49
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