NITISH and Wicca:
Please look above in this thread. As I read your requests, it appears your questions are answered in the first 15-20 posts of this thread.
(See posts dated from October 12, 2004 to February 1, 2005.)
Above there are several conversion techniques. In addition to the techniques, some of the contributors to this thread recommend using programs that do conversion for you: WinISO, Alcohol 120%, Etract Now, Nero 6.0, Cueator, IsoBuster, Lior’s cue maker.
If these many posts do not help you, consider doing a google search for “File: .bin” Such a search will return many other programs that do the conversion, such as UltraISO and MagicISO.
The .cue file is present with the .bin file. I selected the .cue file and asked Nero to burn. In effect it only burned the .cue file and did not convert or burn the contents of the .bin file to the blank CD.
So then I tried again, and this time I selected .bin and Nero told me the file was too big to write to my blank CD. “Compilation will not fit." The CD will hold up to 700MB. The .bin file is 773MB.
Can you please shed light on possible solutions? This .bin and .cue is a version of a game.
Also was wondering where in the file menu bar for Nero 6.6, can I locate “burn from CD image” and “burn image to blank CD” options?
Thanks for whatever help you can offer.
(Emailed ya but firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com bounced back.)
All these questions are answered in the above posts.
One word of warning: do not use the site serials.ws under any circumstances, it tries to install a trojan horse virus on your PC if you try to view any of the serials.
I’m having trouble Installing Rome TW. I read the message from snowballer. I downloaded cd1, cd2, cd3, and the no cd crack (from a different site, though). I installed the game but it says to “insert the correct cd”. I did not burn the cds, I left them on my hard drive. When I click on the no cd crack, it says that the file mss32.dll was not found. I know nothing about computers so any advice would be appreciated.
WATCH OUT FOR TROJANS AND VIRUS' ON THAT SITE.
i’ve gotton an automatic trojan download (bloodhound) when querying a serial #.
solution: use zone alarm personal AND norton personal firewall. Zone alarms free (www.zonealarm.com > download & buy > right hand side: “zone alarm”). personal firewall - not free. well, not legally that is ...
when you’re visiting sites owned by crackers and downloading stuff they’ve probably had their hands on - one word of advice: tread cautiously or don’t tread at all.
.bin files from p2p’s can be swarming with crap you do NOT want on your computer. be sure to scan them first with an antivirus prog. (even though they’re used now like iso’s, essentially they’re executables...)
not more than 2 minutes ago i tried opening a norton SECURITY program (.rar) and found it infected. go figure.
i wonder if there’s a way to set up automatic scans on files with certain extensions...
and thanks to the person who recommended ISO Buster - great prog to use with p2p downloads.....you don’t have to actually waste a cd, you can just open the iso image on your comp and load prog from there.
thanks snowballer so much. Motownslim do exactly as snowballer says it works perfectly i used to have the same problem. i’m gonner use the way snowballer said on warhammer 40k:dawn of war and see if it works. hope it does
hey guys, look
daemon tools, winiso and fantom CD are good for opening .bins
some bad games don’t work even if you extract them in winiso. better do not fool around with bad downlaods because you can get up to 30 viruses!!!
fantom CD is good, but it’s hard to use.
download winiso free from :
hi iv jus downloaded serious sam secound incounder and iv burnt it to a cd using achol 120% it waz a bin file with a cue file i install the game fine but wen i try to play it it say error finding disk please insert corrct disk