bin files

  kattz 20:42 25 Dec 03

I just unrared some downoaded files expcting to find an exe but all I got was bin files and cue files. Can anyone help? please.

  leo49 20:45 25 Dec 03

Extremely unusual for a program to be Officially distributed in this way so, in order to abide by site policy, I'd better not say. :o)

  Big Elf 20:46 25 Dec 03

I don't really know but this link click here suggests that they're files in a format to be burned to CD.

  Big Elf 20:46 25 Dec 03


  powerless 20:48 25 Dec 03

Linux ;-)

  leo49 20:49 25 Dec 03

What are the odds?????? :o) I know what my money would be on...

  Terrahawk 02:09 26 Dec 03

bin cue and iso are image files

  Lead 04:56 26 Dec 03
  QQAA 05:16 26 Dec 03

I have a feeling CDRWin may become obsolete, unless it could reinvent itself.

I have not tried CDRWin before and my general knowledge about this burning tool is based on articles and forum threads that I happened to come across in recent months.

Nowadays there are so many freeware and shareware tools available that could do the same (if not more) things and do it more simply for even the novices to understand what should be done.

  kattz 14:14 26 Dec 03

Thanks to all who replied ..I now know that Nero handles these files.

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