Need Major Help unzipping a file
I recently dloaded a file, 300mb's woth, I tried to extract the zip, and it has a .BIN file and a .CUE file, and I cant extract these, I know for a fact that the .BIN file contains all the files for the program, any and all help is appreciatted
I've had a couple of zips that required clicking on the .inf file. Was there any Readme files? Which zip program are you using? I've had trouble with some files when I used Netzip and Winzip. Then I found a free program called PowerArchiver and haven't had any problems since.
sounds like an cd-r image
To extract the CD image file "BIN", you will need to use a third party software such as ISO Buster.... I'm using ISO Buster and it is one handy program to have. Very easy to use! It shows the complete directory and sub-directory as if you were viewing it in Windows Explorer. The best part is, it's FREE!
Isobuster interprets CD image files, such as :
- *.DAO, *.TAO (Duplicator), *.ISO (Nero, BlindRead, Creator), *.BIN (CDRWin), *.IMG (CloneCD), *.CIF (Creator), *.FCD (Uncompressed), *.NRG (Nero), *.GCD (Prassi), *.P01, *.C2D (WinOnCD).
[This message has been edited by NDC (edited 12-17-2000).]
It IS an image file (use cdrwin to burn it) but I agree, isobuster is a sweet program. The only problem is that, once extracted out of the BIN with isobuster, you can install it, but if you need the CD to play/use it, then it has to be burnt.
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