How to convert Multiple WinRAR files to useable software on CD?

04-27-2006 01:05 AM
Freeloader

Help Plz,
New at this....I downloaded a large software program in rar format. It had 2 discs with about 18 rar files in both. I extracted these in WinRAR but all I got was 18 new rar files. Which one do I use? How do I convert this to anything I can use and put on a disc? There are only rar files there after extracting, no bin, iso or cue as far as I can see. I really need to put it as a functioning program on a disc.
Any help greatly appreciated

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04-27-2006 01:50 AM
Marcus Aurelius

Keep extracting with winrar until is done.If ask the file exist click on yes to all. Learn from the title of your download what to find after decompressing with WinRar like, if the file is Xvid is going to be an avi in Xvid format or if is an image like iso or bin or whatever is ready to be burnt. Only avi file have to be converted from avi or MPEG to DVD or vob file in order to make a dvd to work on a standalone dvd player. Here you have some guides how to, so start reading : http://www.afterdawn.com/index-menu.cfm and here some source to download : http://www.softarchive.net/ use search if you don’t want to register and look for a good video converter like WinAvi or Cucusoft or VSO etc etc. This site is full of kids and I did not see one not to complain about whatever hard work and if you search only this site you can find a lot of answers at your question. My kid is not to far from them so this is the only reason I waste my time on this “amazing” site with BS like how to rap or how to use Keopekte La diarrhea Especialist. Good Luck reply

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02-25-2012 12:55 AM
Rafael

If i get a virus, it raelly doesnt topic. this computer sucks anyways.Btw, its not this persons fault that the download has a virus.he didnt make it,hes just showing you it. reply

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