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im trying to combine .bin and .cue files onto a cd-r the cd-r is 702MB and i have 706 worth of image can anyone help? :tazz:
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burn them on two seperate disks?
have you tried zipping the files and see if it makes them small enough?
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how do i split it up to put on 2 disks? would a zipped bin file run off of the cd?
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sorry...what exactly are you trying to burn? and what is the expected outcome?
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its warcraft 3 and i expect it to run the install
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to verify that it's not a corrupt file which could damage y our system....where did you get the files?
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i got it from bearshare
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