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Who do you burn .bin and .cue with nero?
got to file and burn image, change iso files to all files and select bin file and burn in cdrom xa mode 2
any questions holla back
Thanks for your help i tried that but i locks up at the second playstation screen. The logo is all messed up. What is the cue file for?
The cue file contains information on the layout of the cd. Try burning with CDRWin, I've had many files I've download recently not work, try an alternative source if this one fails with CDRWin
This is my first attempt and I don't want to end up with a coaster if I can help it. Do you just select the .bin and then Data Mode 2.
Originally Posted by screwedMN
Also under write method, is this left as Track at Once?
Why isn't the .cue used?
EDIT: I found this topic searching for help on .bin and .cue. Didn't realise it was in the PS1 section. I'm burning a PS2 game. Does this mean I need a different method?
Why do you bother with such a lame program like Nero ? That is good if you're going to write some files from HDD to cd but almost completly unusable when you want to write image files. Alcohol, Cdrwin will write those bin/cue's just fine without any problem and the best of it that the disks will work. Anyway, www.burnatonce.com also offers a FREE program to write these cue/bin's and it also works perfectly. It does not matter if the game you want to burn is a PS1 or PS2 game. The cue is a descriptor file and Nero used to forget it, simply burns the bin only, that is good for pc but not for psx/ps2.
nero is not bad...I haven't have any coaster with it on my games....anytime, i f*ck up...i know it's me...not the program....there's my thought....oh yeah...if it nero work for ya...try something else...that usually does the trick...
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Nero is ok for a lot of tasks, but far from perfect when dealing with images created with other much more professional duplicating programs. As for a general cd writting tool Nero is ideal, but for making backups, especially from originals it's out of game. And when you have a cue and bin that are not Nero original own image format, you can be sure there are a lot of errors in Nero, don't ask me why they have to release 20 mb upgrades every second week, hehehe... And burnatonce + cdrwin (both of them are less than 2 mb) deal with bins perfectly, burnatonce is free, so ok, go for Nero then and have some nice easter/xmas coaster but many of us warned you...