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Freeware BIN/CUE burner?

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Tokar    0

I know of a lot of freeware burning softwares, however they only burn ISO files, not BIN/CUE.

Does anyone know of a cd burning software that burns BIN/CUE?

I would prefer to avoid installing Daemon tools, mounting the BIN/CUE then pulling a CD-CD copy job.

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Garry    84

There's also FireBurner but I don't think it's ever worked for me!

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Tokar    0

There's also FireBurner but I don't think it's ever worked for me!

Correct me if im wrong...but wasnt v1.0.6 the free version while the new(est) version 2.2.1 is not?

I recall having issues back in the day when i used FireBurner...I vowed never to use it again.

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Garry    84

I've no idea if the licensing's changed, but I think it was free last time I used it, albeit a while ago.

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smooths*    0

I came across this problem the other day, i'm not sure if you just want to specificly burn the actual BIN/CUE file, but if you want to mount this file on your pc without burning, use this "Magic ISO" it converts bin to iso/iso to bin.

http://www.magiciso.com/

I then extracted the iso using win rar :) pretty simple dude

Hope i helped

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Tokar    0

I came across this problem the other day, i'm not sure if you just want to specificly burn the actual BIN/CUE file, but if you want to mount this file on your pc without burning, use this "Magic ISO" it converts bin to iso/iso to bin.

http://www.magiciso.com/

I then extracted the iso using win rar :) pretty simple dude

Hope i helped

yeah i read about that tool...know what its about.

But if i can keep the process simple for the person I sent the image of the CD to (without having resort to cracks and serials) all the better...conversion to ISO is just unnecessary step.

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brad72    0

yes ImgBurn is the best and easiest one I have used in a long time....especially for backing up Decrypted DVDs....when using it for DVDs make sure you read on how to change the booktype if you are using DVD+R (DL) to DVD-Rom so that all stand alone DVD players can read it...my Brother-n-Law was having a heck of a time trying to back up some of his son's DVDs but once he used ImgBurn and changed the booktype he has had 30+ good burns....

The maker of this I believe is also the person who created DVD Decrypter so it will look a lot like that as well...They have a great forum as well and the creater is there daily answering questions and solving problems for everyone....The software is free.....

http://www.imgburn.com/

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